Three Local Students Participate In Conservation School

 

Potter County Junior Conservation School, Sponsored by Black Forest Conservation Association in Coudersport recently held their week long camp for ages 13-15 that was established to promote awareness of our environment and the principles of conservation. Twenty students were carefully selected by their sponsors because of their interest in learning about our environment and the desire to attend a school of this kind.
Three students who participated in this year’s program were fully sponsored by Cameron County Conservation District, Cameron County Outdoor Youth Activities (CCOYA), and Sinnemahoning Sportsmen’s Association. Those students were McKenna Farabugh, Camden Allison and Ezra Zoschg.
Reese Caton from Pittsburgh and originally from Emporium was a student in 2017. Reese was selected to return this year as a counselor for the week.

Potter County Junior Conservation School, Sponsored by Black Forest Conservation Association in Coudersport recently held their week long camp for ages 13-15 that was established to promote awareness of our environment and the principles of conservation. Twenty students were carefully selected by their sponsors because of their interest in learning about our environment and the desire to attend a school of this kind.
Three students who participated in this year’s program were fully sponsored by Cameron County Conservation District, Cameron County Outdoor Youth Activities (CCOYA), and Sinnemahoning Sportsmen’s Association. Those students were McKenna Farabugh, Camden Allison and Ezra Zoschg.
Reese Caton from Pittsburgh and originally from Emporium was a student in 2017. Reese was selected to return this year as a counselor for the week.

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