|2019 Go Wild Kamloops|
Go Wild! Youth for Conservation is a leadership workshop for youth ages 13 – 17. Youth will be introduced to fish & wildlife conservation, ecology, and sustainability. Go Wild aims to inspire an interest in environmental stewardship and empower youth to take on a leadership role in their communities. Participants will leave with the skills and knowledge to be responsible in the environment and become involved in conservation projects. This is a perfect fit for youth who enjoy the outdoors and want to gain leadership skills.
This camp is filled with fun activities designed to engage, educate, and inspire youth in conservation initiatives and leadership. The valuable experiences gained from camp will leave a lasting impact both in personal development and as change-makers in the community.
Activities may include:
A more detailed scheduled will be included in a Parent Handbook, which will be sent via email a few business days after registration ends. The Parent Handbook provides an overview of Camp logistics such as where campers must be dropped off and picked up, forms, etc.
Price: $100 (Tax not included)
Ages: 13 – 17
Dates: July 8 - July 12, 2019
Time: 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM (Daily)
345 Chief Alex Thomas Way, Unit 224
What to Bring: Participants are asked to bring a 'Go Bag" that we will keep on site to ensure that campers have everything when needed. These are the items to place in each participant's Go Bag:
In addition, please dress in comfortable clothes and closed-toe footwear, suitable for the weather and outdoor activities. Bring a lunch and water bottle with you each day.
For more information, contact:
BC Wildlife Federation
101 - 9706 188 Street
Surrey, BC V4N 3M2