Develop your vision for conservation. Classroom-in-the-Field gives students the natural and social science skills to become a conservation change-maker.
Engage with people, exploring their conservation issues and landscapes across the urban – wildlands gradient of Washington State – the places where conservation is actively unfolding. Interacting as a single group, together with instructors, conservation professionals, and community members at the heart of conservation controversies, DDCSP Scholars will learn to use the natural and social science techniques that underpin inclusive conservation.
Conservation Scholars have all travel, food and lodging paid starting June 18th, and will receive a weekly stipend of $500. The program will conclude on August 12th.