FFA Camp is For the Future of Forestry
For most students, summer break means pool days and movie nights. But for hardworking FFA members interested in forestry, the summer is an opportunity to get a head start on a profession in the industry at the Tennessee Forestry Camp.
Since 1950, the Tennessee Forestry Camp hand-picked rising juniors and seniors across the state to receive hands-on experience in important aspects of forestry, including tree identification, measurements, compass and pacing, wildlife management, wildfire protection, and more.
The camp, held at Fall Creek Falls State Park, has a capacity of 60 students. Run by State Foresters at the Tennessee Division of Forestry, the camp’s goal is to connect with a new generation to excite them about forestry and a career in the industry.
Learn more about Tennessee Forestry Camp at tnffa.org.