Texas Brigades is accepting applications for their eight wildlife and natural resource-based leadership programs for summer 2017. These youth programs are held across Texas every year and the limited spaces are filling up fast.
Texas Brigades is a wildlife and natural resource-focused leadership development program for youth, ages 13-17. Each camp is an intense, all-inclusive, five day experience led by some of the top wildlife and natural resource professionals in Texas. Approximately 200 youth from throughout the state of Texas are typically served.
These programs feature quail, deer, bass, redfish, waterfowl, or livestock, with an aim to equip youth with the resources and determination needed to make a difference in conservation and land stewardship throughout their lives. Through this experience, participants are introduced to habitat management, will hone their communication skills, learn to work together as a team, and develop a land and conservation ethic.
2017 Camp Dates and Locations are:
Texas Brigades is a non-profit organization that works in partnership with Texas Wildlife Association, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, AgriLife Extension, USDA-NRCS, as well as universities, conservation groups, local soil and water conservation districts, private businesses and individuals with an interest in wildlife, and youth leadership development.
Applications may be found and completed online at www.texasbrigades.org. Applications are due March 15. The all-inclusive tuition is $500 per cadet per camp. Applications for tuition assistance are also available.
For more information, contact Texas Brigades by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, call the office at (210) 556-1391, or find the Texas Brigades on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat.