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Conservation Workshop
 

The Arizona Game and Fish Department’s annual Conservation Workshop is a meeting of the mindsthe conservation minds.

Conservation leaders from all over Arizona are invited to attend the three-day, two-night campout, participate in activities, enjoy some friendly conservation, and meet new friends in the conservation community.

Each year this camp moves to a new location around Arizona, reaching out to the far corners of the state. Activities include information and tours of different wildlife habitat, nature hikes, educational opportunities, hands-on activities, and informative presentations.

Attendees include representatives from local sportsmen’s and conservation organizations, natural resource managers, department employees, and families of the invitees. There is something for everyone (including your spouse and kids) at these camps.

The 2008 Conservation Workshop was hosted from May 30 through June 1 at Treasure Park in the Pinaleños Mountain Range.

Information on the 2009 Conservation Workshop will be posted here as it becomes available.

For questions or more information, contact Tristanna Bickford at tbickford@azgfd.gov or (623) 236-7241.

 
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