K.A.M.O. is a unique group that provides Wisconsin communities with outdoor education activities for children and families. These activities are provided year around and are free to all participants. KAMO’s kids are generally between 9 – 15.
Are you a parent, agency, or potential volunteer looking for information about what K.A.M.O. has going on in your area? Start by clicking on “Wisconsin Chapters” and find a contact in your area.
KAMO provides technical and financial support to newly forming chapters.
Pictures taken from the 2019 Joe Hunt held on Dec. 13th – 15th, 2019. “The Joe” was named in honor of the late Joe Stecker-Kochanski (July, 2012). Joe was the D.N.R.’s long time manager of the Buckhorn State Park, was active in the Baraboo Chapter, and was instrumental in developing and maintaining the group’s annual hunt at the Mac Kenzie Center near Poynette.
KAMO is a 501 (C) 3, all volunteer non-profit.
There are no administrative costs, thus donations go entirely to getting kids outdoors.
These facts make KAMO an ideal organization to donate to.
Check out the donation information for your nearest chapter or the state in the tabs section
Mentor and child enrollment forms can be found under “Enrollment Forms”.
Thanks to Gary and LaVonne Johansen of Holmen for their recent donation of hunting clothes, boots,and equipment.
Thank you for visiting and as we say in K.A.M.O. — “Tradition Forward”