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Information about your watershed

Details about forests, wetlands, water quality, and water quantity, including watershed grades.

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Shoreline protection

Adding native plants with deep roots have many benefits, such as reducing erosion, providing wildlife habitat, and contributing to water quality.

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water quality sampling

Lake Management Planning

Science-based plans for protecting lakes and watersheds are taking place across the Kawarthas.

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Nature Explorer Camp (6-10 years of age)

Weeks;

July 16-20 (Schedule B) – Birds, Bees and Butterfiles, Wetlands, Plants and Seeds, Orienteering/Map Reading

Week 2 - Online Registration

July 23-27 (Schedule C) – Nature Thru Senses, Food and Foraging, Turtles, Exploring Nature, Tracking/Animals Signs

Week 3 - Online Registration

August 13-17 (Schedule A) - FULL

August 20-24 (Schedule B)

Week 5 - Online Registration

August 27-31 (Schedule C)

Week 6 - Online Registration

Additional Details - http://frostcampus.wixsite.com/naturecamp

New this year!  Extended Care Services from 4:30-5pm (additional charge applies $10/day)

Pizza will be provided on Fridays by Boston Pizza.

Price - $190/week, if you sign up more than one child in the same week, additional child is $150/week.

DISCOUNT -  If you sign up for more than one week of camp, $150 for each week after.

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