To educate a man in mind and not in morals is to educate a menace to society. -Theodore Roosevelt

Contributing to the B&C Education Program



The Boone and Crockett Conservation Education Program is supported by grant funding. Some examples of our needs include:

  • Teacher courses/workshops/seminars focused on wildlife, agriculture, and natural resources. Example: Offer specific courses designed for urban educators and students.
  • School bus transportation scholarships for teachers and students visiting the Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Ranch for day-long and multi-day field trips and courses. Examples: $100 per local Montana school or $200 per school outside Montana.
  • Summer intern program for graduating senior high school students. Purpose: To work on developing educational projects at the ranch and for in school use.
  • General Program Support for programs, staff and maintenance of the Rasmuson Center.
  • Natural resource youth camp support scholarships to assist with lodging, meals, travel, and material costs.

For further information on the contributing to the education program, please contact B&C's Conservation Education Program Manager Luke Coccoli at 406-472-3311, or send him an email.


Special thanks to the following organizations and foundations who have contributed to B&C's Conservation Education Program.

  • Rocky Mountain Goat Foundation

  • M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust

  • Richard King Mellon Foundation

  • Cinnabar Foundation

  • David & Lucile Packard Foundation

  • Harvey Weil Sportsman Conservationist Award Trust

  • Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks

  • Montana Association of Conservation Districts

  • Project WET – Montana

  • Wild Sheep Foundation

  • Cabela's


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"The wildlife and its habitat cannot speak. So we must and we will."

-Theodore Roosevelt