The mission of Four Corners School of Outdoor Education is to create lifelong learning experiences about the Colorado Plateau bioregion for people of all ages and backgrounds through education, service, adventure, and conservation programs. The vision of Four Corners School of Outdoor Education is to build a diverse community of people who are committed to conserving the natural and cultural treasures of the Colorado Plateau. Four Corners School of Outdoor Education is a non-profit organization founded in 1984. Based in Monticello, Utah, Four Corners School works on the Colorado Plateau located in Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, Utah. Since 1984, Four Corners School has served some 69, 660 participants, ranging in age from 6 to 90. Four Corners School has provided over 46, 200 hours of youth and adult service on public lands, 505, 000 hours of student/youth education, 222, 000 hours of adult education, and 70, 000 hours of teacher training. The School has awarded 200 teacher scholarships; repaired or rehabilitated hundreds of miles of roads and trails; and worked to protect over 27 archaeological sites on public lands. Copyright 2010. Four Corners School of Outdoor Education site by third sun productions.