Knowledge for better food systems

Summer conservation camp in the UK

31 Mar 2017

This summer camp is organized by Action for Conservation and targets young people interested in environmental issues. It is an opportunity for young people who are passionate about the environment to gain experience and it is completely free.

Young people aged 12-16 from across the UK are now invited  to enter a challenge before the March 31st deadline for the chance to win a free place on one of two camps: 22nd - 26th July and the 31st July - 4th August at the National Trust’s Stackpole Reserve in Pembrokeshire. Entries from individuals or pairs of young people are welcome. You can find out more and enter here before March 31st.

The camps are filled with conservation activities, careers advice and adventure guided by young conservation professionals, the AFC team and partners such as the National Trust and The Nature Conservancy. Participants will connect with nature and learn how to protect it alongside other young people from across the UK, returning ready to drive change in their community as Conservation Ambassadors. You can find out more about last year’s adventure here.

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