The Nature Conservancy wrote -
Forty college students throughout the West will be spending their spring breaks in Nebraska's Niobrara Foothills this year, learning how to safely use fire to restore the prairie. We've already raised thousands for their gear, lodging, and instruction-- but we sorely need some cash to feed them, too!
Can you help us reach our goal of $4,160 by March 14 to feed these young active bodies during their fire training? Show some love for these students, our next generation of fire workers.
Participating students are coming from University of Idaho, Northern Arizona University, Colorado State University, and New Mexico Highlands University.
These students will be trained by Jeremy Bailey of The Nature Conservancy, with partners from the Department of Interior, USDA Forest Service, Nebraska Game and Parks Commission, Niobrara Valley Prescribed Fire Association, the Fire Learning Network, FIRESTORM, and Prescription Pyro.