Two unique conservation summer camp opportunities are available for middle and high school students this summer in northern Wisconsin.
Middle school youth (entering 6-8th grade in fall) are invited to attend Sand Lake Conservation Camp at Camp Bird near Crivitz (Marinette County) from June 19-21, 2019. The fee is $100 ($150 after May 22nd) and includes room, board, t-shirt, and all activities/programs. Visit www.marinettecounty.com (search for “Sand Lake” or “Conservation Camp”) for more information. Registrations not accepted after June 3rd and are first-come, first-served; space is limited. The registration packet is available online, or you can request it via mail/email. For more information or to request registration materials, please call Anne Bartels, Education Specialist/Camp Director, at 715-732-7784 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
High school youth (entering 9-12th grade in fall; must be 17 or under) are invited to participate in the Wisconsin Land + Water Conservation Association Youth Conservation Camp, June 17-20 at the North Lakeland Discovery Center in Manitowish Waters (Vilas County). Wildlife programs, habitat restoration projects, daily field trips, teambuilding activities, and hands-on activities provide an in-depth look at natural resources management and careers. Registration fee is $250 and covers all programs, meals, snacks, lodging, and a t-shirt. The deadline is June 1. Register online at: http://wisconsinlandwater.org/events/youth-conservation-camps or contact Kim Warkentin at the Wisconsin Land + Water Conservation Association at 608-441-2677 or email email@example.com.
These camps provide fun outdoor experiences, help foster an appreciation for nature, and introduce a variety of opportunities in natural resources and conservation careers. Natural resource professionals present programs on wildlife, habitat, water quality, fisheries, forestry, outdoor skills, and more. Engaging speakers and interesting topics give campers an opportunity to participate in hands-on activities, learn outdoor skills, make friends, participate in typical ‘summer camp’ experiences, and enjoy Wisconsin’s beautiful Northwoods. Contact your local county Land & Water Conservation or UW-Extension office for any available scholarships offered.
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