CLEARWATER TRIBUNE HOME
MAY 27, 2010
2010 Sixth Grade Forestry Tour planned for July
The 48th annual Sixth Grade
Forestry Tour will be held July
Teen leaders and adult chaperones
accompany the students, as well as forestry, soil, water quality, natural
resource and wildlife professionals, and
This year’s event promises a fun-filled three days and two nights for area youth. Any teens, eighth grade and older who likes to work with youth and enjoy natural resources, are eligible to apply as teen leaders. Adults who are interested in the event are encouraged to attend as chaperones.
Any eligible student, public,
home or private-schooled, who has not registered for the tour, but would like
to, should call the U I Clearwater County Cooperative Extension Office as soon
All registered students and teen leaders will receive specific instructions in the mail on assembly places and times, things to bring, and other important Tour details.
Special note: schoolteachers
can receive credits through the
Call the UI Clearwater County