Conservation Kids connects the next generation of young adults with the environment through the use of photography.
Here is how we do it:
- Groups of kids with an interest in photography and conservation with an adult organizer choose one of two options:
- Option 1: Chose a conservation focused nonprofit that the group would like to support
- Option 2: Create a conservation project that the group would like to perform
- Submit the name of the conservation focused nonprofit or your conservation project idea to us.
- When approved, we organize a field day of education and photography with the group (approximately 6 hours).
- We provide professional camera equipment and a classroom workshop for the kids to learn about conservation photography and how to use professional camera equipment.
- The rest of the field day is spent photographing the environment at a chosen location.
- Images from the day are post-processed by our team and posted on our website for sale for 30 days.
- Proceeds from the sale of the images go to the group's chosen non-profit or to fund the group's conservation project.
- If Option 2 above is chosen, a second field day is scheduled to perform the actual conservation project.
Submit a general inquiry by clicking the box below. Here are a few general requirements:
- All groups must have an adult leader
- Group size must be between 7 and 16 kids plus the adult leader
- Open to kids 13 to 18 years of age
- Kids should have at least a general interest in photography
Conservation Kids has partnered with several conservation focused nonprofits. If your group needs a conservation project idea or wants to work with one of our partners, visit our Conservation Project Partners page to learn more.