Camp Sylvester, Pinecrest Event Program | Focus Topic Question | Presentation Score Sheet Event Photos | Evaluation Summary | Highest Scored Presentation The third Forestry Challenge Championship was held on April 21 to 23 at Camp Sylvester in Pinecrest, Tuolumne County. It was great to be back after a two-year gap, with 61 students from 10 schools
Dates: Thursday, April 21 through Saturday, April 23 Location: Camp Sylvester in Tuolumne County Address: 28770 Dodge Ridge Road, Pinecrest, CA 95364 Thank you for volunteering for the Forestry Challenge Championship event. After you complete the form below, you will receive an automated confirmation email. Please contact us if you have any questions.
Hello! This is just a quick form to capture any changes in student or chaperone information. In order to ensure accurate t-shirt sizes for you and your team(s), please fill out the following form before Thursday, March 31.
Hello Students! Here are a few notes about technology for the Championship Forestry Challenge. Each team should bring one laptop to use for presentation prep. PCs are preferred. NO CHROMEBOOKS PLEASE. More than one per team is allowed but not necessary. Your laptop must have: At least 1 USB 2.0 Type A port Powerpoint software
The event will be held at Camp Sylvester in Pinecrest, CA. If you would like to learn more about the camp or take a look at where we’ll be staying, check out their website here. Registration for the Championship event will be FREE! Suggested Reading for the Focus Topic: Just What Is a ‘Resilient’ Forest,
Below you’ll find an example of the four-day Forestry Challenge schedule. Registration: When you arrive, you will turn in your release form(s), sign the photo matte your school will take home, and pick up your t-shirt. Wednesday Evening Assembly: We gather to introduce everyone, go over the ground rules and safety info, and introduce the
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If you have trouble viewing the 2020 Annual Report above in “anyflip”, click here to view it as a PDF: 2020 Annual Report PDF Quick Links: Focus Topic Question Highest Scoring Presentation Video Highest Scoring Presentation Slides Evaluation Form Summary RFFI Board Presentation Video The year 2020 presented us with
Thank you for pre-registering your school to participate in the 2021 El Dorado Forestry Challenge. Please use the Fee Calculator form below to calculate your school’s registration fees, which are to be brought to the event and turned in at event registration or submitted before the event date. A copy of the form will be
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