Bay Area Wilderness Training

Bay Area Wilderness Training (BAWT) is an environmental and social justice organization committed to dismantling racism, sexism, classism, and other forms of oppression that stand in the way of all people fully participating in outdoor activities. BAWT believes that people visiting the outdoors should be represented by the full diversity of races, genders, income levels, and other identities that exist in the San Francisco Bay Area. To create more equity and increase access to the outdoors for traditionally underrepresented communities, BAWT prioritizes services for low income youth and youth of color. It works to ensure that its programs, organizational practices, and partnerships are inclusive and support these ideals and priorities.

Location: Oakland, California

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Director: Zulma Terrones
Address: 1100 57th Avenue, Oakland, CA 94621