Kansas FFA Association

Rock Springs 4-H Center  Science and Civics Camp  July 1-3, 2014

What happens when wildlife and people share a habitat?  This camp for 15-17 year olds will explore the impact of human activities on habitats, environmental legislation, habitat exploration and designing, implementing and communicating environmental service projects. Campers will explore habitats with aerial photography by using a Phantom Quad Copter, analyze watersheds and complete stream analyses, and use GPS/GIS to map and survey wildlife areas.  Campers will develop action proposals for completing an environmental service project in their home communities.  If you have ever wanted to compete in the Wildlife Habitat Evaluation competition, envirothon, eco-meet or have an interest in wildlife management, habitat construction or environmental law – this camp is for you!   Join us July 1-July 3 at WaShunGa camp ground at Rock Springs 4-H Center.

Register and view more information at www.rocksprings.net by June 9 or until the registration closes due to being full.  Registration is limited to 50 campers on a first-come, first serve basis.  $230 registration provides 2 nights, 7 meals, snacks and take home materials.  Great for any FFA member, especially those with wildlife or environmental science related SAE's.  For more information contact Mandy Kern at mkern@rocksprings.net or 620-412-1725.

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