Conservation College Volunteer Luminary Program

In support of our mission to inspire a global conservation ethic by connecting people to nature through outdoor education, the Conservation College started its Volunteer Luminary program in 2021. Our first program took place in August of 2021 when we organized eight volunteer luminaries from Wolf Camp & School of Natural Science to teach wilderness survival, ethnobotany and wildlife tracking skills to a group of 60 youth from the Muckleshoot Tribe.

The goal of the Conservation Luminaries program is to connect property owners and outdoor educators with low income and disenfranchised residents of cities and reservations who don’t have resources to regularly access a variety of nature and its benefits. If you have nature education experience, outdoor leadership skills, gardens or wild lands you would like to share with people who normally can’t access nature and its benefits, consider becoming a Volunteer Luminary with the Conservation College.

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