Southern Alberta Youth Range Days

Southern Alberta Youth Range Days is a 2 ½ day program for youth ages 13 and up. Families are also welcome. The camp provides an excellent opportunity for youth of varying backgrounds from across Southern Alberta to become more aware of the value of understanding and caring for the land. A main goal of the camp is for campers to learn about the Southern Alberta landscape and how a balance of land use and stewardship can be reached to benefit everyone in the future.

Contests and Awards
• Top Hand Award – Awarded to the camper with the highest scoring workbook.
• Green Hand Award – Awarded to the first-year camper with the highest workbook score.

Only 30 spots available

You do not have to be a member of 4-H to attend.
An interested child UNDER 13 years of age may attend IF a parent/guardian also attends- please contact

If you are registering more than one child, you must complete the registration for the first child before registering the next child. You will see a link on the confirmation page that will prompt you to submit another response.

• Plant ID
• Riparian Health
• Range Health
• Water Activities
• Camping and enjoying the outdoors!

Email address *
Participant's name *
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Birth date *
This participant *
T-shirt Size (Adult sizes) *
Mailing Address *
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Town/City *
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Province *
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Home Quarter (If applicable. Will be used for soil activity)
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Contact Numbers for Mother/Guardian *
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Contact Numbers for Father/Guardian *
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Provincial Health Care Number (in case of emergency) *
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Does the participant have any dietary restrictions? *
If yes, please specify...
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Does the participant have any medical problems or special needs of which we should be aware of? *
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Does the participant wear any Medic Alert Tags? *
Select all that the participant currently has or has previously experienced
Specific allergen and type of reaction
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Is the participant taking any type of medication? *
Is the participant going to be responsible for his/her own medication for the duration of the event?
If the participant prefers to hand in his/her medication to the staff at the beginning of the event, what is the medicine, at what dosage and at what time intervals?
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*Medication for allergies must be provided by the participant's parents or guardian*
Is the participant able to swim 25 m? *
This camp involves water activities. It is important for us to know if your child is comfortable and confident swimming on their own or if they will need direct supervision.
Emergency Contact #1 *
Please provide at least TWO emergency contacts who may be contacted in event of an emergency. All contacts must have permission by the parent or legal guardian to pick up the child should an emergency arise or if the participant is requested to leave the camp due to unacceptable behavior.
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Emergency Contact #2 *
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Participant will be.. *
Will a parent/guardian be attending? If no, please skip to the end. *
Relationship to participant
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Parent/Guardian email address (if different from above)
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If yes, please provide name, t-shirt size and any dietary restrictions in the space below.
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*Registration will NOT be considered complete until the Waiver Form and Registration Fee have been signed and received by Milk River Watershed Council* Once your answers have been received a waiver form will be emailed to you within 24 hours.
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