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Get Outside and LOOK Challenge for Kids and Teens
The “Get Outside And Look! Challenge” is simple: Pick one or more of the challenge activities below. Register for free. Receive your “Challenge Accepted” box which includes gloves, mask, guide, and other items mailed to you for free. Enter your hours. Claim your prize. See your story on a neat interactive conservation map. CELEBRATE YOUR GOOD WORK!
2. A FREE “CHALLENGE ACCEPTED” box can be mailed to you
The FIRST 30 PARTICIPANTS who sign up can be mailed a free bag that includes instructions, guides, other items in it to help you complete your challenge. Sponsored by the Lumberjack Council, WHIP, and Oneida County 4-H.
Once you enter your time, you are eligible to receive a prize. Your time and efforts will be counted, and is included as part of a statewide effort to challenge kids and teens to do 10,000 hours of conservation work and service projects by the end of 2020!
4. After Aug. 31 – Claim Your Prize!
1 or more hours: Receive a prize and recognition!
5 or more hours: Be entered into a drawing for the following prizes:
$25 to Mel’s Trading Post in Rhinelander (sponsored by Lumberjack Resource Conservation & Development Council, Inc):
10 or more hours: Receive a T-Shirt from Upham Woods!
Curb-side pick-up for your prize and recognition will be offered at the Oneida County 4-H Office. Delivery Drop-Off times in your community may also be made available.
5. Celebrate Your Achievements!
CELEBRATE, HERO! You helped make Oneida County’s natural areas healthier, helped scientists and others learn more information, and practiced important life skills like goal setting and self-determination along the way! Way to go! ~*round of applause*~
6. Look for Your Story!
After you submit your hours, Upham Woods will add your project work to the Wisconsin Conservation Story map , which will also be shared with you. Pictures are highly encouraged! When you submit your hours, there is a place to submit photos, as well.
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