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NRCW

Natural Resources Conservation Workshop

June 7 – 11, 2015

Available to Georgia’s Rising 10th, 11th, and 12th graders. (Students who have previously attended the workshop are not eligible)

Workshop focuses on the value, protection, and conservation of Georgia’s wildlife, forestry, soil, and water resources, including conservation in Georgia’s mining industry.

Information about the Program:

  • Camp takes place at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College in Tifton, GA
  • More than $17,000 in college scholarships will be awarded during the workshop.
  • Features field trips, classroom instruction, and recreational activities.

Registration Deadline April 15, 2015.

Click Here: 2015 Application COMING Soon

Tuition:  $TBA*
*Sponsorships may be available through local NRCS offices.

 NRCW Press Release 2015                 2015 Flyer                 2015Brochure

Your local contacts will be able to assist you with the necessary signatures and/or sponsorships –
Click on the follwoing links to locate your local contacts:.

GSWCC_Map

Copy of NRCW QUICK DIRECTORY 2014

NRCW – Bus Ride Information

Georgia Soil and Water Conservation Commission coordinates two buses that make various scheduled stops in order to transport workshop attendees to and from the workshop.  The scheduled bus routes and pick-up/drop-off locations for 2014 are listed below:

  • NRCW Blue Ridge Mountain Bus Schedule 2015 – Coming Soon!
  • NRCW Lime Stone Valley Bus Schedule 201 – Coming Soon!

In order to secure bus ride to the workshop, please follow the attached link:  Bus Reservation Form  You must have your bus boarding card and medical release information in order to ride bus. This is page 5 of the application packet.

Camp-Necessities-and-information 2015 – Coming Soon!

Sponsored by:
Georgia Association of Conservation District Supervisors
Georgia Soil and Water Conservation Society
Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College