To help defray some of the camp fees for participants, a variety of sources for stipends and sponsorships are listed below.
Campers are encouraged to contact their local Conservation District for sponsorship, which will cover much of the camp fee. Click here for an Interactive Conservation District Map. Keep in mind that most Conservation Districts require you to send in your application for sponsorship several months before camp to allow for processing, so don't delay!
How it Works:
For all sponsorships please indicate on your application what sponsorship you want or applying for. Remember you must meet the requirements in order to be accepted for the sponsorship. In order to receive your sponsorship he/she must turn in a complete application, letter of recommendation, with a $150.00 deposit. Be accepted and attend the full 6 days of camp. When camp is over the deposit or any amount owed to the camper will be refunded.
Note: Stimson Lumber Company, Flathead SAF, and Seelet Lake Foundation sponorships are a first-come, first-serve basis.
Stimson Lumber Company
- Sponsoring two campers that are residents of Lincoln County upon completion of application and accpetance to camp. On application please indicate that you are from Linclon County.
Flathead Chapter SAF
- Sponsoring two $250.00 sponorships, open to all upon completion of application and acceptance to camp.
Seeley Lake Foundation
- Offering sponorship to campers who reside in Seeley Lake Area. upon completion of application and accpetance to camp. On application please indicate that you are from Seeley Lake Area.
*Campers need to apply themsleves to recived the sponorship.
- The Montana Tree Farm System
- The Montana Society of American Foresters
- Montana Gear Up Program
- The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation
- Montana Association of State Grazing Districts
- The Montana Stock Growers Association
- Blackfoot Challenge
- Clearwater Resource Council
- Blackfoot Home and Community Club
- Local wood products industry (sawmills, post and pole producers, lumber yards)
- USDA Forest Service employee organizations (Check with your local National Forest District)
- Local businesses such as hardware stores, implement dealers, car dealerships
- High school Science Clubs
Travel Assistance Grants