Knowledge in action

FLC students rafting on the San Juan River

Study the geology of the Colorado Plateau from the bow of a raft, the river having cut a cross section of geologic ages through the desert rock. Take water samples to study the microbiota of the Animas River. Learn the principles of social psychology through teamwork on a three-day river trip in northern New Mexico. And don’t stop there. Work as a river guide, taking your peers on expeditions of placed-based outdoor education. FLOW is knowledge in action: education that our students experience.

Who can FLOW?

FLOW serves the Fort Lewis College community. Faculty design curricula for their classes. Student organization leaders create educational trips for their members. Staff design opportunities to grow and learn together. Contact us to set up a program.

Book your trip

Contact FLOW to get going. Submit an interest form online to get the ball rolling. FLOW will follow up with you to get more details about the educational and experiential goals of your trip, and help you customize the best itinerary to meet your educational and experiential goals. 

Book your trip
See sample itineraries

We are permitted to operate on specific stretches of specific rivers. Each section offers its own opportunities. Review our basic itineraries to get a sense of which route will best support your goals, and then work with us to tailor your trip to your unique goals. 

See our itineraries