Bucktails Field Site, Krislund Camp & Conference Center – 814 – 422-8878
Program and Outreach Coordinator, Katie Cassidy – 570-939-5109 or email@example.com
Director, Michele Kittell – 570-245-8518 or firstname.lastname@example.org
*Please note: cell reception and e-mail access is very limited at this field site – in particular at our Lodge. If you are lost on the drive or there is an emergency and you need to be in touch during the week, please call the Conference Center number. Please be aware, if you contact us by phone or e-mail during the week of field school for non-emergency situations, our ability to respond is very limited.
REGISTRATION DAY DETAILS
Tuesday June 11, 10:00 AM
PLEASE DO NOT ARRIVE EARLY
Check in at the registration table with Academy staff. They will direct you to your cabin where you may unload your bags.
Return to the main classroom space at 11:00 AM for Welcome and Orientation.
Parents, please plan to attend this meeting and to depart at 11:40 AM (before lunch)
Saturday June 15, 1:30 PM
Parents should plan to arrive at 1:30 PM (after lunch)
2:00 PM Closing Ceremonies (for youth and parents)
Bucktails Field School Location: Krislund Camp & Conference Center in Centre County
ADDRESS: 189 Krislund Drive, Madisonburg, PA 16852
Interstate 80 to Exit# 173 – turn south at the end of the exit to Rt. 64 S, heading towards Lamar. Travel 3.2 miles on Rt. 64 S. Turn left on Rt. 445 S.; travel 3.5 miles to the camp sign on your right – turn right onto Krislund Drive.
Rt. 322 W to Potters Mills– Bear right onto Rt. 144 N (Do NOT follow “truck route 322”). Travel 5 miles into Centre Hall, at the second traffic light, turn right onto Rt. 192 E, travel 10.5 miles to Madisonburg. Turn left onto Rt. 445 N and travel 3.8 miles to the camp sign on your left – turn left onto Krislund Dr.
From State College:
I-99/ 220 North to Exit 81 to merge onto Rt. 26 S. Follow exit ramp and turn left at the stop sign onto Rt 64 N. Travel approximately 11 miles and turn right onto Rt. 445 S. Travel 3.5 miles to the camp sign on your right – turn right onto Krislund Dr.
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. The Academy, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, is a cooperative initiative involving state agencies and conservation organizations.