EDUCATION

A commitment to education is at the heart of our community conservation work. By inspiring more people in more places to value and protect the natural world, we are laying the foundation for future conservation. Our education programs are designed to inspire the next generations of Americans to learn about and protect wildlife and the natural world.

KLT offers a number of educational programs, for both youth and adults, rooted in the idea that people need time outside for healthly bodies and minds, and that fostering a love of the land encourages people to protect and steward our natural resources.

 

Camp Kaniksu

Camp Kaniksu is a nature-based summer camp offered by Kaniksu Land Trust and designed to be affordable and accessible for all children in our community.   Find out more, click here »

WildCrafting

WildCrafting is Kaniksu Land Trust’s signature after-school program in which students learn to work with their hands on a variety of diverse traditional crafts. Read more about WildCrafting »

In-School Education

KLT partners with local schools to provide in-school outdoor education at local elementary schools, the Sandpoint Home-School Academy, and Clark Fork High School.  Click here to read more »

Camp Kaniksu Kids

In the words of one 7 year-old camper: “Camp Kaniksu was so much fun, I can’t wait to go again next summer. The things I liked most about the camp was exploring, seeing animals like deer, and meeting friends. Dave taught me to make a floor mat and head band out of bamboo, and that you can eat cat tales.”

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