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For many, it was their experiences as youth that influenced hunters,anglers, and wildlife professionals to become who they are today. For many of them — and their children — Game and Fish’s camps are among the most comprehensive education experiences available. Game and Fish employees are passionately dedicated to providing top-notch conservation education statewide.
It is with much deliberation and anticipation that Game and Fish will take a year off from the Youth Conservation Camp and the Forever Wild Educator Workshops. During that year, we’ll make camp facilities safer, camp content more relevant, and the camp experience more meaningful. The team will put its expertise, passion and hearts into planning camp experiences for 2014 — and beyond — that will promote the enjoyment, pursuit, and conservation of Wyoming’s wildlife for generations to come.
The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is in the process of developing a number of exciting, standards-based conservation education lessons for 6-12 grade levels.
The units will come in a variety of formats. Most units will contain several lesson plans along with all appropriate resources and worksheets. These will be available in a downloadable format. Certain equipment required for lesson plans will eventually be available for checkout at your regional Wyoming Game and Fish Department office. For more information please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Educator Program Guide Information on educational programs and projects offered by the Wyoming Game and Fish, including a comprehensive list of available educational resources
Wyoming National Archery in Schools Program This program is a joint venture between the Wyoming Game and Fish Department and Wyoming Schools or youth clubs. The program promotes student education, physical education and participation in the life long sport of Archery. The program's focus is to provide International Style Target Archery training in grades 4 - 12 and to youth groups or other community programs.