If you like to spend time in the water investigating the amazing variety of plant and animal life found in our local waterways, join us for a week of aquatic exploration! Explore the stream and river at Big Hill Park and spend a day at NATC wading the waters of Turtle Creek and Rock River, collecting and identifying macroinvertebrates and learning how water is a precious natural resource. Plan to get wet (and a little muddy) as we learn how human activities have a great influence on the health of our waterways and what we can do to keep our rivers clean.
Camp times are 9am-3pm, Monday-Friday.
For ages 6-12 years. Registration is for 5 days.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 608-361-1377 to register for this event.