Kane Education Foundation sponsors a limited number of spots for Kane County high school students attend the Color Country Natural Resources Camp each summer.
Kane County high school students who attend this camp will be introduced to natural resource careers and recreation activities. Students will have the opportunity to explore the natural world using practical science with field professionals as a guide. Field investigations include aquatics, wildlife, vegetation, soil and multi-use subjects. Recreation activities may include kayaking, biking, shooting/archery and natural photography.
To apply, or for more information visit http://ccnrcamp.org/. A parent or guardian must complete the application. Once complete you must notify KEF Program Coordinator, Tana Seaford, and the foundation will cover the costs of the camp until all the sponsored spots are filled.