Happy Dancing Turtle's 2018 Eco Camp:

Birds of a Feather

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WHAT WILL MY CHILD DO AT ECO CAMP?

Eco camp is a week-long day camp for children ages PreK-6th grade. We believe a passion for stewardship begins with cultivating a love of nature and being outdoors. We'll discuss plants, animals, renewable energy, gardening, composting, recycling, and how to be a responsible caretaker of our planet. Children will be engaged in environmental education through a variety of lessons, activities, games, stories, crafts, garden experiences, outdoor play, healthy snacks, field trips, and more!

 

WHEN IS ECO CAMP & HOW MUCH DOES IT COST?

1st & 2nd Grade - Nature Nuthatches - June 18th - 22nd

3rd & 4th Grade - Sustainable Sparrows - July 9th - 13th

5th & 6th Grade - Conserving Chickadees - July 23rd - 27th

PreK & Kindergarten - Recycling Robins - August 6th - 10th

 

 School-aged sessions: Monday-Friday, 9am-3pm $100 per child
Pre-K/K (4&5 year olds) sessions: Monday-Friday, 9am-11:30am, $50 per child

Ages based on the grade entering in Fall of 2018.

Happy Dancing Turtle now offers a payment plan option, click here for information!

 

WHERE IS ECO CAMP?

Our Camps are held at Happy Dancing Turtle on the Hunt Utilities Group Resilient Living Campus.

2331 Dancing Wind Road SW, Suite 1

Pine River, MN 56474

 

HOW DO WE REGISTER?
Online Registration is now open! You can either register and pay online, or you can print the registration forms and mail in your registration with a check. Please mail registrations and payment to the address listed above.

Which flock will you be in?

 

WHY BIRDS?

Did you know that 2018 has been named the Year of the Bird? It's been 100 years since the Migratory Bird Treaty Act was passed to protect migratory birds in the United States and Canada. Many species were under threat from commercial trade in birds and bird feathers. Although over 800 species remain protected under this act, birds face many other dangers today! Join us at camp to find out how you can help the birds, while also learning to be a good steward of our planet!

 

 

 

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