4-H Wilderness Exploration Trips are conducted each summer for each of two age groups - 9-11year olds (3 day trip) and 12-14 year olds (3 day trip).
Activities on the trips are designed to help youth gain basic knowledge in natural resource related topics, and to assist youth in developing important life skills. The natural resource related topics covered include: forestry, wildlife, woods safety, low impact camping, and environmental ethics. Three life skills are emphasized including: relating to others, learning how to learn, and acquiring a positive self-concept.
39th Annual 4-H Wilderness Exploration Program for 12—15 year olds
Date: July 10 - 12, 2012
Location: 8th Lake
(Note: this event is normally $55.00, but through a partnership grant with two former 4-H members; Abigail Foster & Georgianna Doepper; who are now contracted with CCE part-time, we are able to offer this program to participants for $30 in 2012 ONLY.)
TRIP IS LIMITED TO 12 YOUTH PARTICIPANTS!
ALL participants MUST enroll in 4-H (and pay the required enrollment fee) to
attend this trip.
Send the $30 registration fee, medical form, 4-H enrollment form, and the required 4-H enrollment fee to the Cornell University Cooperative Extension Education Center (make checks payable to “CCE Warren County”).
Registration Deadline is June 15, 2012.