Camp Rocky's focus is on natural resources

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Posted 6/11/18

Teens who enjoy the outdoors and are interested in natural resources are invited to attend Camp Rocky. The week-long camp near Divide teaches participants about their environment through hands-on …

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Camp Rocky's focus is on natural resources

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Teens who enjoy the outdoors and are interested in natural resources are invited to attend Camp Rocky.

The week-long camp near Divide teaches participants about their environment through hands-on experiments. Students work in teams, and students choose one of the following resource fields — forest management, rangeland science, soil and water conservation, or fish and wildlife management.

The camp costs $350, and the Douglas County Conservation District will partially sponsor a Douglas County teen to attend. The camper will be reimbursed $100 once he or she completes the camp.

This year's camp runs from July 8-14, and registration ends June 15.

Go to www.coloradoacd.org/camprocky for details and to download registration materials.

The camp is presented by the Colorado Association of Conservation Districts.

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