Montana Youth Range Camp is a five-day program open to all students ages 12-18. The camp provides students the opportunity to become aware of the value and potential of Montana’s largest resource–rangeland.
Classes: plant identification & anatomy, soils/geology, grazing management, water/riparian and range monitoring
Fun activities: wildlife watch hike, shooting range, fly tying, fishing, swimming and campfires.
Registration is $175, which includes meals, lodging and supplies.
Location: Boone & Crockett Club, Elmer E. Rasumson Wildlife Conservation Center, Dupuyer, Montana
Dates: July 7 – 11, 2014
This year’s camp is limited to 30 youth, so if interested, get your application in early to guarantee a spot at camp.
For more information please contact Belinda Knapton, Glacier County Conservation District at 406-873-5752 x101.