The 52-year-old state waterfowling group was one of Minnesota’s leading conservation organizations
Minnesota Waterfowl Association
Teens apply to the program by writing an essay about why they want to participate in the camp. Students are required to complete a firearm safety class. Cellphones aren’t allowed at the camp to keep the focus on the outdoors.
Attendees also can get gun-fitting and repair questions answered by a gunsmith, see the junior duck stamp display, learn about cooking and other uses for wild game, check out the Minnesota Decoy Collectors Association annual decoy show and more.