Naturalist Camps – currently unavailable for 2017

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Naturalist Camps

Way of the Woods – Not offered 2017

Taking the best experiences from all of the camps, campers spend their days in the forest and fields catching frogs, building shelters, playing camouflage games and forging a deep connection with the world around them. Open to campers entering grades 1-6.

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Stewards – NOT OFFERED 2017

Prepare yourself for fun. Stewards explore farther and look deeper in the forest than any other group. In the two-week session, participants learn how to make fire, forage edible plants, build a biodiversity list, use a knife safely, track wildlife and make themselves invisible in the forest. All of this culminates in a community service project. Includes an overnight campout and night hike. Open to campers entering grades 7-9

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Foragers – not offered 2017

For campers who learn best with their taste buds, join us for a week of wild foods. Campers will get a chance to gather edible berries, weave berry baskets, brew wild teas, and learn all kinds of uses for local wild plants. Open to campers entering grades 1-4.

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Nature Arts – Not offered 2017

Nature has been the source of inspiration for art since art began. Everything from literature to pottery to theater has inspiration and raw material gathered from the natural world. Join us for a week of story telling, theater, nature journaling, stone-crafting, and nature games. Open to campers entering grades 5-6

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Survival Games – not offered 2017

Get up and go. A week full of epic stealth games, tag, capture the flag, and camouflage will fill your days with fun and build valuable skills in teamwork and problem solving. Open to campers entering grades 3-6.

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Scout Week – Not offered 2017

Have you ever wanted to live off the land? Have you ever wondered how to make yourself completely invisible to people and animals? Scouts establish a base camp with a primitive shelter, learn to use materials from the land to craft amazing tools like baskets, bow-drills, stone knives, and more. Participants will learn to disappear into the land and will use this skill in massive whole-camp stealth games. Open to campers entering grades 5-9.

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