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Green Mount Conservation Camp Endowment Fund

Girls and Bluebird Houses Fashion a Fish A 501(c)(3) Endowment Fund has been established for Vermont’s Green Mountain Conservation Camps. Established in 1966, the Conservation Camps are a state, residential wildlife educational program whose mission is to cultivate a caring among our youth for Vermont’s fish and wildlife resources, and experience the state’s rich culture of camping, hiking, fishing, canoeing and hunting.

A week at Conservation Camp will last a child a lifetime.

The Fish and Wildlife Department operates two facilities: Edward F. Kehoe Conservation Camp, which sits high on a hill, over-looking Vermont’s largest inland lake, Bomoseen, with the Green Mountain Range as a backdrop, and Buck Lake in Woodbury, which sets in the woods, surrounding a pristine 39-acre pond where the only sounds heard come from loons, bullfrogs and night-hooting owls.

A child spending a week at the Conservation Camp will get their hunter certification, find new friends, and create lasting memories. Please consider giving to the Green Mountain Conservation Camp Endowment Fund to make the camps a better place for our kids.

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Specific curriculum topics on outdoor safety skills and natural resource conservation include the following:

Vermont’s fish and wildlife
Forests and forestry
Wetland ecology
Building bluebird boxes
First aid and outdoor safety
Fly-fishing and spincasting
Fly-tying
Archery
Hiking and camping
Hunter education
Furbearer management


One way you can help in our success in developing public awareness of the importance of natural resource conservation is to encourage young men and women to attend one of the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department's Conservation Camps. Click here for more information.

Another way to help is to donate to the Green Mount Conservation Camp Endowment Fund. Please call the Conservation Camps at 802-241-3700, email fwgmcc@state.vt.us Simply print and mail our donation form and pay by check or credit card -or- make a direct donation payable to:
Green Mountain Conservation Camp Endowment Fund
Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department
103 South Main Street, 10 South
Waterbury, VT 05671-0501
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