The Forestry Challenge had a great year, with four events starting in late September and ending the week before Thanksgiving. A total of 388 students and 90 teachers from 49 schools attended the four-day events. A record total of 159 individuals volunteered over 2,000 hours, for a total in-kind value of $113,209.50. Cash donations from
Students enrolled in grades 9 through 12 are eligible to participate. Community college students and 8th graders may participate if the facility can accommodate them, as determined by the FC coordinator. Teams will consist of two to five students from the same school, homeschool, tribe, or scouting group. More than one team may enter from
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Frequently Asked Questions Question: How do I register? Answer: There are two phases of registering. The pre-registration period is open until the end of August. Until May 31st, schools that sign up receive a 30% subsidization on their registration fees. After that, you may continue to pre-register for events but you will not receive the
LINK TO 2018 APPLICATION For the past several years, Redwood Empire, a division of Pacific States Industries and the Burch Family, has awarded scholarships to assist students who plan to obtain a college degree in Forestry and participated in one or more Forestry Challenge events. Recipients must be enrolled full time in a four-year program
College Forestry Programs in CaliforniaWant to continue your education in Forestry or Natural Resources? We’ve compiled a map of some of the colleges in California that offer Associate to Master’s degrees in Forestry and Natural Resources. Click the image above to view it. Feel free to share with anyone you think might be interested! Below
Undergraduate education from any of the forestry and natural resource programs below can be followed by graduate education at the Masters and PhD levels. Careers in forestry and natural resources can lead to senior level positions in industry, government, research, nonprofit organizations, utilities, real estate, investment firms, professorial positions at universities and more. For information on
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Coordinator: Diane Dealey Neill Phone: 530-417-1960 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Mailing Address: 3140 Sierrama Drive, Shingle Springs, CA 95682
Diane’s Blog December 2015 – What happened to October and November? It’s a wonderful blur of events, from one end of our great state to the other. With the most successful year of Forestry Challenge events now in the books, I’d like to share a few of my favorite moments with you: Shasta – At