The Jack Creek Preserve Foundation (JCPF) was established in 2005 to permanently protect 4,500 acres, create an important migratory corridor between two sections of the Lee Metcalf Wilderness, and execute programming to accomplish our mission. We focus on 4 main programs: Outdoor Skills Camps, Educational Programming, Conservation Field Schools, and Outdoor Education Center hosting. Through our Outdoor Skills Camps and Educational Programming, we reach kids with curriculum and activities focusing on topics that enhance their enjoyment of the outdoors and instill an appreciation for conservation of our natural resources. The Conservation Education Director is responsible for development, management, and implementation of the Jack Creek Preserve Foundation’s educational programming. Pro

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