Camp Rocky 2022
58TH YEAR AND AWARD WINNING - CAMP ROCKY
July 10-15th 2022 | DIVIDE, COLORADO
Registration opens in January 2022!
Camp Rocky Information
Camp Rocky is an educational, week long residential camp for 14 through 19 year-olds who enjoy the outdoors and are interested in natural resources!
Camp is located outside Divide, Colorado. Camp Rocky’s professional staff helps participants learn about their environment through hands-on experiences. Students work in teams, making new friends from across Colorado.
Each year, new and returning students choose one of the following resource fields for their area of focus: Rangeland Science Forestry Management Soil and Water Science Fish and Wildlife Management At the end of the week, students will use their group learning plan to complete a management project. Additional camper activities include volleyball games, hiking, a campfire, group challenges, nightly natural resource presentations, and a talent show!
Sponsored by the Colorado Association of Conservation Districts, with the help of other natural resource conservation partners.
CONTACT YOUR LOCAL CONSERVATION DISTRICT FOR LIMITED SCHOLARSHIP AVAILABILITY.
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A SALUTE TO CAMP ROCKY SUPPORTERS!
We would like to express a special THANK YOU to the following sponsors & supporters:
2019 Corporate & Partner Sponsors:
2019 Conservation District Sponsors:
Supporting Partners, Staff, and Instructors:
Camp Rocky Program Director:
- Amy Gossman
- Colorado State Conservation Board‐CDA: Cindy Lair, Program Mgr.
- USDA‐NRCS: Clint Evans, Co State Conservationist
- Alyssa Clarida, CSCB-Conservation Specialist‐Western Slope Region
- Ben Berlinger, Rangeland Mgmt. Specialist, NRCS
- Dan Nosal, Rangeland Mgmt. Specialist, NRCS
- Kimberly Diller, Rangeland Mgmt. Specialist, NRCS
Soil and Water Conservation:
- Beth Fortman, Soil Conservationist, NRCS
- Ciara Ahrens, Soil Conservationist, NRCS
- Jeﬀ Goats, Resource Soil Scientist /Soil Health Coordinator
Fish and Wildlife Management:
- Ty Woodward, Private Lands Wildlife Biologist‐NRCS, Bird conservancy of The Rockies
- Tim Kroening, Colorado Parks & Wildlife
- Patty Knupp, Area Biologist, NRCS