The Resource Conservation Workshop is a week-long workshop for high school students to spend time in the field learning about our natural resources and their management in today's environment. The 2017 workshop will be held June 25 through June 30 on the campus of the North Carolina State University in Raleigh.
Participants meet and receive guidance from natural resource professionals, win cash awards and scholarship money, and so much more.
Sponsors of the workshop are:
North Carolina Chapter of the Soil Conservation Society
North Carolina Soil and Water Conservation Commission
North Carolina State University Soil Science Department
Application & Expenses
Students with special interests and aptitudes in conservation areas are eligible to enter their applications to attend the workshop. Adult counselors will be provided on the basis of one counselor for each 7 to 8 students. Rising juniors or rising seniors may apply.
Davidson Soil and Water Conservation District will assume the expenses for the student or students attending. Each delegate will be covered by insurance both on and off campus throughout the duration of the workshop. Students are housed on campus and meals are provided.
Richard Tysinger, a rising junior at Davidson County Homeschool has been selected to attend the 2017 Resource Conservation Workshop.