On Monday we braved the weather and learned all about the wildest jobs in nature, from apiests and biologists, to zoologists. We brainstormed how people all around our community can help keep our river safe and healthy. We took inspiration from nature and discovered how the natural world keeps itself safe and healthy and how we can best support it. Throughout the rain and wind we still were able to get into the river and explore outdoors to keep an eye for ways nature could inspire us.
On Tuesday we rose with the sun and learned what makes our home so special. We investigated the diversity of our state flora, fauna, habitats, ecosystems, plant communities, and wildlife! Did you know the state gemstone is aquamarine, and our state fossil is of the stegosaurus? We were even able to find and identify our state tree and flower, the blue spruce and columbine respectively. It was a wonderful day to end our year of camps and we hope to see lots of new and familiar faces next year!