The Yellowstone Leadership Challenge gives a stage to secondary school understudies all through Yellowstone Country to reveal their potential as preservation pioneers inside their particular groups. Program members assemble in the Gardiner range for an escalated multi-day wild withdraw. The retreat unites understudies from an assorted range of Yellowstone Country groups and encourages talk to scaffold the holes between the country and urban zones of this remarkable scene. With Yellowstone National Park as the setting, the workshop sustains understudies’ understanding of provincial preservation issues and gives administration aptitudes that will further their capacity to make enduring change as backers all through Yellowstone Country park. The workshop incorporates presentations from pioneers in the preservation field; classroom exchanges concentrating on wild, protection and natural issues; gathering work identified with administration advancement abilities and group building; and other outside exercises all through Yellowstone National Park and the Gallatin National Forest. Over the long run we want to bring this system to various diverse groups all through the Yellowstone area.
The objective of the Bear Education Program is to encourage endure mindfulness and preservation. In spite of the fact that the mountain bear populace keeps on growing in size and extent, every year the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem becomes littler and more battered, hence contracting grizzly territory. This, alongside a relentless decrease in whitebark pine timberlands a key fall sustenance hotspot for grizzlies—has prompted a becoming number of human/bear clashes, making bear training more imperative than at any other time. Each one bear training presentation is custom-made to fit the need of the group of onlookers, which fluctuates from understudies and group parts to chasing gatherings. Themes range from bear environment and physiology (or what we like to call the “Bear Essentials”) to voyaging securely in bear nation (counting bear spread lessons and demos) and figuring out how to live with bears in our “patios”. Read more here.
We are about “getting to be”… And we will get to be by developing out of the Yellowstone Country groups, not starting from the top, however rather from the base up; by ending up through our work inside the neighborhood groups, and through listening to the voices of nearby individuals. We are about building extensions, supporting connections, and encouraging leadership at our Camp in Yellowstone.