Western Heritage Day at the Colorado State Fair
Mission: Western Heritage Day, Inc. seeks to educate future leaders about agricultural production, rural lifestyle, and their western heritage in hopes of granting students a better understanding of their world and their food.
Western Heritage Day is an opportunity for students between 6th and 8th grade to travel to the Colorado State Fair, where they will learn about their agricultural roots and the importance of the West. At the 2019 State Fair, they will receive an educational tour to various Western Agriculture related stations. Lunch at 11:55am will conclude the tour; after this, teachers, chaperones, and students are welcome to use their free gate admission to enjoy a few hours at the fair until it is time to head home.
We hope that by the end of the day the students will walk away with a better understanding of their western roots, food production, and water and wildlife management. Western Heritage Day has been a non-profit 501(c)(3) for eight years, and it has been running educational programs for seven years!
Email email@example.com to volunteer as a chaperone, and get free tickets to the fair!
Spots are full for this year's Western Heritage Day program. To sign up for next year, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Visit http://westernheritageday.org/about.html to learn more