Lindsay, ON – April 20, 2017 – Space is limited for the three remaining Nature Explorer Summer Camps taking place at Fleming College and Ken Reid Conservation Area this summer.
“The first of four, one-week camps offered in partnership between Fleming College and Kawartha Conservation is completely booked and the three remaining camps are filling up very quickly,” said Nancy Aspden, Coordinator, Environmental Programs at Kawartha Conservation. “Parents are encouraged to register their children as soon as possible to guarantee a spot in one of the three remaining camps this summer.”
The week-long summer camps for children aged six to 10, focus on fun, hands-on activities around environmental education and outdoor skills. Campers are going to explore wildlife, get their hands dirty, participate in activities that teach outdoor skills, conduct water measurements and explore aquatic life, undertake experiments and much more.
The July 17-21 camp is fully booked with limited space remaining for the July 24-28, August 14 to 18 and August 21 to 25 camps.
“Camp participants will get to work on different projects and crafts that they can take home at the end of a day and participate in a variety of games and physical activities like scavenger hunts and orienteering activities,” said Ms. Aspden.
The camps will alternate between Fleming College and Ken Reid Conservation Area and focus on wildlife, habitats, aquatics, nature art and wilderness skills or birds, rocks/minerals/soils, wetlands, climate change/weather/water cycle and wilderness skills, depending on the week chosen.