Learn about fisheries, forestry and wildlife science through hands‐on activities like wildlife radio telemetry, darting, aquatic sampling, mist-netting and more. Topics may vary annually based on instructor availability. Students will also learn about the many natural resources career opportunities.
sample and identify aquatic organisms.
shooting a dart gun at 3-D deer targets.
a songbird from a mist-net for banding.
Teens as Teachers Workshop
Fluid Power Action Challenge
Horse Bowl/Hippology/Horse Communications Career Development Event
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