Instructions: You may print this page, answer all items, and then
send it in. Or, you may enter your information into the appropriate
boxes below and then click on the SUBMIT button. The SUBMIT button
will send the entire contents to the Lewis & Clark Experience for
Please state why you should be selected to be involved in the
Lewis & Clark Experience Dugout Canoe Program. It is of primary
importance that those chosen to participate in this event do so
within the educational and historical spirit that prevails throughout
the entire event.
After you have been through the Lewis & Clark Experience, how
will you be able to share your experience and instill interest in the
Lewis & Clark story with others?
Are you ready to challenge your physical abilities much as Lewis
& Clark did in not only constructing your own dugout canoe, but
then to navigate your canoe down the mighty Clearwater River?
Lewis & Clark's men had varied skills to make the Corps of
Discovery work as a whole. Why would they have chosen your group or
organization to join them?
Following completion of the work on the dugout and the schedule of
events, we plan to use the canoe in the following manner:
If you were offered the opportunity to build a canoe, where would
you like to work?
Click on this button to submit your report electronically
to the Lewis & Clark Experience.
If you wish, you may print and send this application. Send printed
Lewis & Clark Experience
833 Sixth Street
Clarkston, WA 99403
Please Note: An Application fee must accompany this form for
consideration. If you submit your form electronically, you may use a
traditional means for forwarding the fee. If you are not selected,
your check will be returned to you. This is required to ensure that
you are truly interested in this event and that monies are in place
to cover costs of log transportation, tickets, meals, and tools.
Click on this button to clear the form
and start over.
Those whose applications are approved will receive the following:
Completed applications must be received by June 24, 1997.