If you have trouble viewing the 2018 Annual Report above in “anyflip”, click here to view it as a PDF: 2018 Annual Report PDF 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
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 much is registration? Answer: Registration this year (2022) is FREE! We have received a new source of funding and are excited to be able to run our events at no cost to the attendees. This covers everyone, not just your students. We will be asking for a refundable deposit come
Scholarship Sponsored By Redwood Empire LINK TO 2023 APPLICATION For the past several years, Redwood Empire, a division of Pacific State Industries and the Burch Family, has awarded scholarships to assist students who plan to earn a college degree in Forestry and participated in one or more Forestry Challenge events. Scholarships are typically $1000 and
An undergraduate education from any of the forestry and natural resource programs below can be followed by graduate education at the Masters and Ph.D. 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
Each participant (students, teachers, and chaperones) MUST bring: Completed and signed Medical/Liability/Media Release Form (If not submitted digitally) Additional Release Forms as needed (If not submitted digitally)– links can be found on “For Parents” pages Boots or closed-toed shoes – you will be walking in the woods Warm jacket and rain gear – rainy weather
Wednesday 4:00 to 5:30 Registration 5:30 to 6:30 Dinner 6:45 to 7:00 Welcome 7:00 to 8:30 Focus Topic Question Presented / Q&A 8:30 or 10:00 Evening Social Activity and/or Night Hike 10:00 Report to Cabins/Dorms Thursday 8:00 to 8:45 Breakfast 8:45 to 9:00 Assemble for Field Training 9:05 to 12:30 Field Training 12:30 to 1:30
Thank you for your interest in volunteering for Forestry Challenge. A list of volunteer job descriptions is available here. After you complete the Volunteer Registration form below, you will receive an automated confirmation email containing a copy of the information you submitted. Please contact us if you have any questions. Thank you!
Anderson Logging Inc. Amador County RCD American AgCredit Associated California Loggers Auten Resource Consulting Bejac Big Creek Bordges Timber CalFire Busines and Workforce Development Grant Campbell Global, LLC Cascade Custom Cutting California Forestry Association Clif Family Foundation Collins Crane Mills El Dorado Resource Conservation District Emerson Logging Fruit Growers Supply Company FWS Forestry Georgetown Divide