From the roots to the canopy, discover the incredible world of plants! Snack on your favorite edible plant, learn what plants have healing powers and the important role plants play in our ecosystem. Discover the amazing adaptations plants have that help them survive and all the ways wildlife and humans have used them to survive past and present. We’ll scout our Nature Sanctuary to learn about native plants and create crafts, all while making friends and enjoying the forest.
Week-long Camp — Wilderness Scouts Track: August 14 – August 18, 8:30/8:45 a.m. – 3:00/3:15 p.m. Grades: 2-3
Drop off Location: Grades 2-3 meet in Heron Hall, in our Interpretive Center at, 5151 NW Cornell Rd. Please drop campers off in paved parking lot on north side of campus. Type of Camp: In the Sanctuary day camps combine art, science experiments and games with explorations of our beautiful, 172-acre Nature Sanctuary and neighboring Forest Park.