Engaging Morgan County’s youth in protecting special places for future generations…
The mission of the Junior Conservancy is to develop and sustain a conservation/preservation ethic in Morgan County’s youth through education, civic engagement, community service, and social events.
The Junior Conservancy offers high school students who reside in Morgan County the opportunity to become actively involved in protecting the County’s special natural, agricultural, and historic resources. Participants fulfill the roles of President, Vice-President, Secretary, and Reporter, and meet September through May on the second Sunday of the month. With guidance form the Madison-Morgan Conservancy staff and JC Committee (Maryann Dartnell, Emily Buck, and Rachel Kinsaul), Junior Conservancy Board Members create and execute their own conservation-related programming throughout the school year.
Interested in applying to be part of the Junior Conservancy? Click here for the application.
Click here to see the 2019-2020 Junior Conservancy Year Book
Click here to see “These Important Places” – the 2019-2020 JC project
Click here to see the 2018-2019 Junior Conservancy Yearbook.
Click here to see the inaugural year (2017-2018) Junior Conservancy Yearbook.Year-end event May 2019 at Lake Malcom, Dan Rather’s Wayside Farm
Introducing the 2020-2021 Junior Conservancy Board