The Science Adventure Camp is an opportunity available to students entering 4th-6th grades in the 2019-2020 school year. At this camp, students will get fired up about science! The camp is open to students throughout Eaton County.
When: Tuesday, June 25th-Friday, June 28th
Time: 9am-12:15pm (AM session) and 1-4:15pm (PM session)
Where: Bennett Park, 1305 South Cochran Avenue, Charlotte, MI 49913
Based on the number of reservations, we are hoping to offer both an AM and a PM session. Students will need to check in 15 minutes prior to the session start time to pick up name badges and learn the site for the day. The event will run rain or shine. There are pavillions and Camp Francis available in the event of inclement weather.
Topics include: geology, rocket science, ecology, biology, chemistry, and more! Cost for the full week is $15.
To register for Science Adventure Camp, please go to https://www.eventbrite.com/e/science-adventure-camp-2019-tickets-53646148073?err=29
Join Barry Conservation District, Eaton Conservation District and Eaton County Parks for a fun outdoor water festival at Crandell Park! There will be bank fishing, free kayak and canoe rentals, water safety education, stone skipping contest, water and nature education fair, games and activities, local food vendors and more!
Head over to https://www.facebook.com/events/1955820477870103/?active_tab=discussion for more information.
The best way to support native wildlife is with native grasses and wildflowers! The Eaton Conservation District is hosting this years event at Woldumar Nature Center, 5739 Old Lansing Rd, Lansing, MI 48917. Order online and pick up at Woldumar or purchase the day of the sale.
No place to plant natives where you live? No worries! You can purchase a plant or a few and with the help of a Woldumar staff member and you can help Woldumar's native habitat!
Pre-orders are due by May 24. To make an order and to see plant species available, please follow this link.
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