The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department is looking for volunteers to join them for fun-filled weekends to get the camps ready for the 2018 season. This year, the GMCC Buck Lake in Woodbury workcation weekend will be May 18-19.

Volunteers can participate for as long as they are able to; one hour, one day, or both days. They are welcome to stay overnight in onsite cabins or they can bring their own tents. Lunch and dinner will be provided.

This is an excellent community service opportunity for boy scout and girl scout groups, as well has high school and college clubs. The Conservation Camps are looking for help with general repairs, construction, landscaping, painting, plumbing, cooking, firewood, electrical work, and gardening. Participants are encouraged to bring their own tools, but the camps will have some available.

For more information and to register as a volunteer for one of these weekends, please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 802-371-9975.

Vermont's conservation camp program is unique because it is sponsored and directed by the Fish & Wildlife Department professionals who conserve Vermont's fish and wildlife species. Working biologists, foresters, wardens, and conservation educators teach young people about their role with Vermont's forests, wetlands, wildlife, and fish through interactive activities.

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