Mustang Camp

    
                                           
                                             

2022 Mustang Camp

June 23 – 24, 2022; July 28-29, 2022;


Mustang Camp Information


What Does the Camp Look Like?

The camp is two days and includes an overnight stay in Delta with other campers.



June 23 or July 28


12:00 p.m. Meet at the Tooele County Extension Office (bring a sack lunch)

Remainder of the day will be filled with workshops, activities in the classroom, rangeland tours, and travel to Delta

Meals and Lodging will be provided for youth in Delta – youth should bring toiletries and a sleeping bag

June 24 or July 29

Tours of Wild Horse and Burro Facilities, Workshops, Travel to Tooele

4:00 p.m. Check-out and Pick-up at the Tooele Extension Office

Who is the Camp for?

Mustang Camp is for Intermediate and Senior aged 4-H Youth (grades 6 – 12) We hope to have a larger camp in 2022 where adults can also attend, but for 2021 we are limiting registration to youth only.

How to Register

Registration is Open Now!



Registration will close July 21st at Midnight.

Thanks to USU Extension Grants, registration is only $30 per participant!






Promoting Healthy Lands and Healthy Horses

USU Extension and Utah 4-H is thrilled to be offering the first of its kind, Mustang Camp! Many youth in Utah are not familiar with wild horses. This overnight camp will provide youth across the state the opportunity to learn about the federal entities dedicated to managing public lands, rangelands, wild horses, burros, and the relationship between healthy lands and healthy horses. The unique symbolism surrounding wild horses and burros makes management a unique problem, and is why education is crucial for implementing effective management solutions. Research has shown that providing educational opportunities outside of the classroom is an effective way of cultivating personal interest and conservation stewardship in youth. Our hope is that this camp is a step towards understanding and appreciating the uniqueness of our wild horses and burros.


Wild Mustang Horses


Questions?
 
Jessie Hadfield | jessie.hadfield@usu.edu | 435-797-8442
Megan Hendrickson - megan.rowley@usu.edu | 435-797-4467
Kimberly Berg - kimberly.berg@usu.edu | 435-797-4467





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