IMN Summer Day Camp

A weeklong summer day camp for introductory nature discovery and service learning for youth.

This weeklong summer day camp includes activities like canoeing glacial lakes, dipping for macroinvertebrates, sustainable planning,  removing invasive species and more. Please note: Students bring sack lunch and reusable water bottles.

Hosted by Merry Lea & Gene Stratton-Porter State Historic Site.

Date: July 22 – 26

Ages: 9 – 15

Times: 9:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., daily

Cost: $125/student

(*Cost includes books, snacks, administrative fees and program supplies. Fee is due in full upon registration and is non-refundable.)

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Sessions Include

– Water Quality

– Botany

– Zoology

– People & Natural Resources

– Geology & Soils

– Orienteering

Activities Include

6 hours of volunteer hours included

– Dipping for macroinvertebrates & canoeing

– Insect investigation

– Sustainable planning

– Tree identification

– DIY t-shirts with natural dyes

– So much more!