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Teen Outdoor Stewardship Camp - Rio Grande Watershed Conservation and Education Initiative
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Teen Outdoor Stewardship Camp

Due to COVID-19 restrictions, we will be unable to host Teen Outdoor Stewardship Camp for 2020. 


Registration information will be available in late March 2021. This program is a collaborative partnership with othe youth-serving organizations as part of the San Luis Valley Youth Summer Programs.

The Teen Outdoor Stewardship Camp is a day-camp format for youth who are entering 7th-11th grades. Through partnerships with Adams State Adventure Programs, the City of Alamosa, Adams State University's new Outdoor Education & Stewardship program, Great Sand Dunes National Park, and SLV GO!, we are excited to have this new program to offer students from all across the San Luis Valley. If your teen enjoyed youth conservation camp as a child or is  involved in an FFA or 4H program, then they will LOVE Teen Outdoor Stewardship Camp! Be aware: Activities are strenuous and almost entirely outdoors. For students just getting comfortable with outside activities, please check out one of our other partner programs suited for youth starting to learn about their comfort level with the outdoors.

For questions or more information, please contact Bethany Howell at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.






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