Education makes a difference in wildlife conservation. Sportsmen and women, avid in their passion of the outdoors, pass on their knowledge to peers and young people to continue our outdoor heritage.
What better way to learn about the outdoors and nature than by attending educational programs and workshops that not only focus on conservation education but demonstrate how to use the outdoors and nature as a classroom? At SCI Foundation's American Wilderness Leadership School location in Jackson, Wyoming, educators and students learn about conservation, wildlife management, and outdoor recreation through outdoor, hands-on activities.
Through SCI Foundation, college scholarships are available to students seeking degrees in wildlife management, natural resources or a related field of study.
The SCI Foundation Hands On Wildlife Kit is a teaching tool for anyone teaching youth science concepts related to wildlife management in North America. Instructional tools contained in the Kit include videos, posters, and work sheets, pelts of four mammals with replicas of their scat, tracks and skulls. It comes with a copy of The North American Model of Wildlife Conservation curriculum.