Two conservation summer camp opportunities are available for middle and high school students this summer in northern Wisconsin.

The camps are designed to provide fun outdoor experiences that foster an appreciation for nature and introduce youth to opportunities in natural resources and conservation careers.

The Douglas County Land & Water Conservation Department has scholarships available for

Douglas County students to attend these camps.

Middle school youth, entering sixth through eighth grades in the fall, are invited to attend Sand Lake Conservation Camp at Camp Bird near Crivitz, Wis., June 19-21. The fee is $100 for early reservations or $150 after May 22, and includes room, board, a T-shirt and all activities and programs.

Two scholarships are available to cover the $100 fee for the camp.

Visit douglascountywi.org/305/Land-Conservation and click on "Conservation Camps" for more information. Registrations are not accepted after June 3.

High school youth ages 17 and younger can participate in the Wisconsin Land + Water Conservation Association Youth Conservation Camp June 17-20 at the North Lakeland Discovery Center in Manitowish Waters. Wildlife programs, habitat restoration projects, daily field trips, team-building activities and hands-on activities provide an in-depth look at natural resources management and careers.

Registration fee is $250 and covers all programs, meals, snacks, lodging and a T-shirt. Register online by June at wisconsinlandwater.org/events/youth-conservation-camps. Two scholarships are available to cover the $250 fee to attend the Wisconsin Land + Water Conservation Association Youth Conservation Camp.

To have registration packets sent to you or find out more about available scholarships, contact Ashley Vande Voort, Douglas County conservationist, at 715-395-1266 or Ashley.VandeVoort@douglascountywi.org.