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ADF&G Alaska Conservation Camp (ACC)

The mission of the Alaska Conservation Camp is to promote an understanding of Alaska’s natural resources and conservation, and to give youth “hands-on” experience in hunting, fishing, and related outdoor skills.

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The Trivia Drawing has ended! No one provided the correct answer! Here is the question and correct answer(s):
What are the four species of grouse found in Alaska? (Provide common name.)
1. Ruffed
2. Sharp-Tailed
3. Spruce
4. Sooty (Blue would also be accepted)

  • Camp Sessions 2014
  • Camp Registration 2014
  • Staff Recruitment 2014

ADF&G Alaska Conservation Camp Program
2014 Summer Camp Sessions

Three sessions are planned for the summer 2014 season of the ADF&G Alaska Conservation Camp program; two Basic Camps and one Advanced Camp. Basic Camp includes the Alaska Basic Hunter Education Course. Campers must have either completed ACC Basic Camp or passed the Alaska Basic Hunter Education Course in order to attend Advanced Camp.

Camper Registration Info and Camp Schedules:
icon ACC 2014 - Camper Registration Info and Camp Schedules


 

  • BASIC CAMP #1: June 09-13 (Mon-Fri)
    $250, Ages 11-14, space limited to 30 campers
    Includes Alaska Basic Hunter Education - Requires picking up Hunter Ed Packet and completing workbook prior to camp

  • BASIC CAMP #2: June 16-20 (Mon-Fri)
    $250, Ages 11-14, space limited to 30 campers
    Includes Alaska Basic Hunter Education - Requires picking up Hunter Ed Packet and completing workbook prior to camp

  • ADVANCED CAMP: June 23-27 (Mon-Fri)
    $250, Ages 12-16, space limited to 24 campers
    Prerequisite: Completion of Basic Hunter Education or of ACC Basic Camp

 


 

ADF&G Alaska Conservation Camp Program
2014 Camper Registration Info

REGISTRATION NOW OPEN

Registering your son or daughter? Spread the word to a friend! The camp experience can be even more fun and enjoyable if a good friend of your ACC camper attends the same session!

The Alaska Conservation Camp is currently a DAY CAMP (with an overnight campout included) that is based in FAIRBANKS. Youth campers need to be dropped off each morning and picked up each afternoon according to the camp schedule.

Camper Registration Info and Camp Schedules:
icon ACC 2014 - Camper Registration Info and Camp Schedules

Summer 2014 sessions of the Alaska Conservation Camp:


 

  • BASIC CAMP #1: June 09-13 (Mon-Fri)


    $250, Ages 11-14, space limited to 30 campers
    Includes Alaska Basic Hunter Education - Requires picking up Hunter Ed Packet and completing workbook prior to camp


 

  • BASIC CAMP #2: June 16-20 (Mon-Fri)


    $250, Ages 11-14, space limited to 30 campers
    Includes Alaska Basic Hunter Education - Requires picking up Hunter Ed Packet and completing workbook prior to camp


 

  • ADVANCED CAMP: June 23-27 (Mon-Fri)


    $250, Ages 12-16, space limited to 24 campers
    Prerequisite: Completion of Basic Hunter Education or of ACC Basic Camp

 


Camper Tuition is $250.00 per camper per camp session. Payments are non-refundable.
Spaces are limited. Registrations are not complete until both registration and payment has been received.
Unable to register online? Get the paper registration form: icon ACC 2014 - Camper Registration Packet

ADF&G Alaska Conservation Camp Program
2014 Camp Staff Member Recruitment

RECRUITMENT IS OPEN FOR THE 2014 SEASON.


The Alaska Department of Fish and Game (ADF&G), in partnership with the Outdoor Heritage Foundation of Alaska (OHFA), is recruiting for interns for camp staff members for the ADF&G Alaska Conservation Camp. These positions are seasonal (approx. four weeks in June) and contracted as intern/trainee positions with OHFA and compensated with stipends.

The positions are great educational opportunities, offering training and experience with outdoor education, wildlife conservation, hunter education, firearm safety, fishing, ecology, outdoor survival, related skills and much more! Camp staff members work with a diverse array of professionals with the Alaska Department of Fish and Game and other agencies and organizations and directly with youth ages 11-16. The internships are very rewarding and memorable and are a great way to get experience.

Read on and view the application materials for more information.

Positions are open until filled but the recruitment team will be scheduling interviews soon so if you are interested in one or more of the open positions, please return your completed application as soon as possible.

If you have questions, contact John Wyman at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or by phone at 907-459-7292.


Recruiting for: 

  • CAMP DIRECTOR (1 position) - $3,300 stipend - This position is filled.

  • CAMP ASSISTANT DIRECTOR (1 position) - $2,775 stipend - This position is filled.

  • CAMP COUNSELOR (3 positions) - $2,275 stipend - Two of these positions are open (one is filled).
    icon ACC - Staff Position Description 2014 - Counselor

TO APPLY:
Download and complete the ACC Camp Staff Member Application (below), and return as directed in the application.
icon ACC Staff Application