This week’s blog was written by Emma O., a Drummers alumni. She writes about how she started a club at her high school that focuses on environmental service work.
This week’s blog was written by Devin G., a Bucktails alumni. He writes about the reintroduction of otters in the Southwest United States.
We are now taking nominations for the 2020 field school season. Academy students gain extensive knowledge about wildlife, fisheries, and conservation plus develop leadership and communication skills. Do you know of a student who would benefit from our program? Nominate them today!
The mission of the Wildlife Leadership Academy is to engage and empower high school age youth to become Conservation Ambassadors to ensure a sustained wildlife, fisheries and natural resource legacy for future generations.
Our student’s Conservation Ambassador journey begins as they attend rigorous summer field schools that focus on wildlife/fisheries biology and conservation as well as leadership skills development and continues with community outreach through education, service, media engagement, creative arts, and outdoor mentorship. Take a tour of a field school below or click right through to learn the benefits of being a part of the Wildlife Leadership Academy and apply!