Our camps provide positive educational outdoor experiences, foster an appreciation for nature, and introduce a variety of careers in natural resources and conservation.
Professionals from various agencies present programs on topics like wildlife, habitat, water quality, fisheries, forestry, orienteering, and canoeing. These professionals, as well as adult volunteers, serve as overnight staff and group leaders for the duration of camp.
Campers can make new friends, participate in hands-on activities, practice social & leadership skills, enjoy the outdoors, and just have fun!
High School Camp
For students entering grades 9-12 in the upcoming school year who are interested in natural resources or simply love being outdoors.
Middle School Camp
For students entering grades 6-8 in the upcoming year who have an interest in the outdoors.
CAMP SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES
Brad Matson Memorial Conservation Camp Scholarship
In honor of Iron County Supervisor and WI Land+Water Board of Directors member Brad Matson, the Youth Education Committee established a camp scholarship in his name. Brad was a passionate supporter of conservation programming for youth and his scholarship will give students who otherwise may not have the chance to experience the outdoors the opportunity to attend our conservation summer camps.
County Land & Water Conservation Department Scholarships
Many county land and water conservation departments offer camp scholarships. See if your county's LWCD offers scholarships here.