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Project WILD Track
Educator Camp at Whiskey Mountain Conservation Camp

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702 Trail lake Rd, Dubois, WY 82513


Date & Times:
Jul 11, 2023 12:00PM - 12:00PM MDT

About this Event:

Are you currently an educator looking to incorporate conservation education within your curriculum? This camp will offer certification in Project WILD, a nationwide conservation education curriculum structured to provide wildlife-based conservation and environmental education that fosters responsible actions toward wildlife and related natural resources. Two University of Wyoming graduate credits (additional cost of $60 per credit paid to UW) or two PTSB credits are available for attending this workshop.


Organized by:

Parker Everhart

Cancellation Policies:

If you are no longer able to attend this program, please cancel at least 30 days in advance. Refunds are not available for cancellations less than 30 days prior to a camp program except for extenuating circumstances.

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About the Program


The Wyoming Game and Fish Department hosts a 4 day professional development camp for educators to learn fun and simple ways to get students outdoors and teach them about wildlife and habitat at the Whiskey Mountain Conservation Camp near Dubois.
This camp will offer two separate tracks. The first track is a Project WILD curriculum workshop, which offers the opportunity to get your hands on one of the nation's most widely-used conservation education curriculum guides, which provides easy-to-use lessons about wildlife & conservation of natural resources. Participants will also experience ready-to-use, transferable tasks emphasizing data collection using real, actual, simple science equipment and hands-on outdoor learning. The second track will allow participants to become certified hunter education instructors, with the intent of allowing them to bring hunter education into their schools. Participants from both tracks will come away with a better understanding of the Wyoming Game & Fish department's role in managing wildlife and habitat in the state and future career opportunities for students.