FFA Camp is For the Future of Forestry

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Tennessee Forestry Camp

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.

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