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The 411: Youth


Deadline is March 15 to apply for Texas Brigades




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The Texas Brigades program is looking for a few good leaders and will be accepting applications through Saturday, March 15.

The Texas Brigades’ mission is to educate and empower youths with the leadership skills and knowledge in wildlife, fisheries, and land stewardship to become conservation ambassadors for a sustained natural resource legacy.

Youth ages 13-17 years of age are encouraged to apply. No experience is necessary, but applicants should have a strong interest in learning about wildlife, natural resources, livestock, and/or the environment.

The cost of the camp is $400; however, scholarships and financial assistance are available. Applications can be found at http://www.texasbrigades.org/Applications/applications.html.

For more information, call 855-TXBRIGS or 210-556-1391 or email Helen Holdsworth at hholdsworth@texas-wildlife.org.
 

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