Drummers Field Site, Stone Valley Recreation Area – 814 – 667-3421
Program and Outreach Coordinator, Katie Cassidy – 570-939-5109 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Director, Michele Kittell – 570-245-8518 or email@example.com
*Due to spotty cell phone reception in the area, please call the facility first. If you do call our cell phones and we don’t answer, please leave a message. If it is an emergency please make note of that in your message so we can get back to you promptly. You may also connect by email and we will do our best to reply in a timely manner.
REGISTRATION DAY DETAILS
Tuesday July 17, 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 July 21, 1:30 PM
Parents should plan to arrive at 1:30 PM (after lunch)
2:30 PM Closing Ceremonies (for youth and parents)
Drummers Field School Location: Stone Valley Recreation Area
Stone Valley Recreation Area is located in Huntingdon County, PA. The residential cabins are located in the immediate area around the Lodge.
The address below (for your GPS) will take you to Stone Valley Recreation Area, where field school registration will take place. PLEASE NOTE: take the WEST ENTRANCE.
ADDRESS: Baree Township, 325 Charter Oak Road, Petersburg, PA 16669
• Take Route 26 to Charter Oak Road (right turn if coming from the North;
left turn if coming from the South).
• Look for Stone Valley Recreation Area signs.
• You will need to take the WEST ENTRANCE which leads to the C.E. Lodge
– the name of this road is LODGE LANE. Follow the signs to the C.E. Lodge.
• Registration will take place at the C.E. Lodge.
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.