Junior Forest Wardens at the Ambassador Breakfast - June 21, 2013

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The June episode of the Watershed Ambassador Breakfast welcomed the Junior Forest Wardens to speak about their experiences in the Red Deer River Watershed.

Youth spokesperson, Zoe Thompson took the stage to share her stories and pictures and gave a heartwarming presentation to a crowd of 30 people. Zoe is a Grade Six Honor Roll student with an affinity for nature. She is most passionate about bears and conservation of their habitat.

Junior Forest Wardens is an outdoor oriented program for young people between the ages of 6-18. Parents are encouraged to participate with their children. The program is committed to providing opportunities to get outdoors through camping, backpacking, canoeing, tree planting and more.

There is also an educational component where Wardens are taught about tree, plant and animal identification, soil types, weather and water.

For more information on the Junior Forest Wardens visit - www.jfwa.ca

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