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PUC brings Nature to you

Jul 23, 2020 | Speakers, Special Programs | 0 comments

Aimee Wyrick-Brownworth

is the Chair and Associate Professor of Biology at PUC.  Through her graduate experiences focused on the paleontology of plants and amphibian ecology, she enjoys spending time outdoors learning and teaching others about all aspects of natural history.  Aimee loves to explore California and the western U.S. and is still deciding whether the ocean or the high country is her favorite.

Take a Hike with Professor Aimee Wyrick

Join PUC Professor Aimee Wyrick for a short nature walk. Along the way, she’ll help you identify trees, poison oak, and more commonly found at the Redwood Camp Meeting grounds and in the PUC Forest.

Bryan Ness

has a B.S. and M.S. degree in Biology from Walla Walla University and a PhD in Botany (plant molecular genetics) from Washington State University. He is currently a Professor of Biology at Pacific Union College (PUC) where he has been teaching for 30 years. Professor Ness also manages a small collection of exotic live animals in the Biology Department that are used in education programs on the PUC campus and in the K-12 classrooms he visits.


God’s Amazing Creatures

PUC’s Professor Bryan Ness will be introducing you to some of God’s amazing creatures! Get ready to meet reptiles and spiders and find out what makes them so special.

This is Live Friday Afternoon at 2:30 pm, July 24th, 2020


Kenzie Hardy

is one of the admissions counselors at PUC. She recently joined the PUC alumni association after completing degrees in International Business, Global Development, and Health Sciences. She enjoys time outdoors (especially climbing trees), caring for plants, traveling and learning about other cultures and languages.

Nic Borchik

is an admissions counselor at PUC. He graduated with a degree in History and Business in 2019 and loves all things outdoor related and is always looking for opportunities to explore new places. Nic is also a musician, primarily a guitarist but dabbles in multiple other instruments.

Connect Ministries

is a group of PUC students who are passionate about Jesus and sharing through music, worship, and speaking opportunities. The bilingual team lead worship services, retreats, youth events, and any programs where they can inspire other young people to become much-needed worship leaders.


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Last Upated On: July 23, 2020
Not having an onsite camp meeting does save us some money, but there are still expenses and we need to keep our books balanced. We need about $40,000. You can help with this by donating all or a portion of your normal camp fees to Redwood or you can choose another amount. Anything you donate will keep us on track to restoring Redwood back to our desired capacity and functionality.