Upcoming Events 2017

Camp Dates and Locations

Bainbridge: July 17 to 21 - Yeomalt Cabin - $205

Bainbridge: August 1 to 5 - Prue's House in the Grand Forest - $205

Poulsbo: August 7 to 11 - West Sound Academy - $195

Poulsbo: August 14 to 18 - Poulsbo's Fish Park* - $195

* Indicates the location is an outdoor classroom

 

YOUTH SUMMER DAY CAMPS DETAILS AND SIGNUP

 

Bainbridge at Yeomalt Cabin - Aquatic Explorers Summer Day Camp - July 17 to 21, 2017 - 9am to 3pm

The camp is held at the historic Yeomalt Cabin of Bainbridge Island. Using the rustic cabin as a home base, the local trails around the cabin provide educational explorations about woodland life. A short walk to Hawley Cove provides our students with habitat exploration of nearshore aquatic life in Puget Sound. Other fun includes a recycled craft each day, using the solar oven to make a simple snack, using Earth's natural soils filters, ocean acidifiation and water cycle experiments and much more. Learn more HERE. Sign up through parks and recreation department HERE.

 

Bainbridge at Prue's House - Fauna Fanatics Summer Day Camp - July 31 to August 4, 2017 - 9am to 3pm

The camp is held in the Grand Forest of Bainbridge Island. The Prue House is the home base for expeditions exploring the trails on both the East and West Grand Forest. The mature old growth forest provides excellent observation and ingestigation habitat. Students will learn about the pacific northwest temperate rainforest food web and the names of the native plants. A local pond and stream in the forest also provide another element of aquatic investigations. Other fun includes our endangered species treasure hunt, wormy composting fun, story creations and a foodweb game. Learn more HERE.Sign up through parks and recreation department HERE.

 

Poulsbo at West Sound Academy - Planet Protectors Summer Day Camp - August 7 to 11, 2017 - 9am to 3pm

The camp is held at West Sound Academy. We will explore the trails around the academy for the first 4 days and then head to Poulsbo's Waterfront Park on Friday for beach exploration and a look at the Marine Science Center. We will explore the trails on the campus that provide the habitat of an old growth forest of the Pacific Northwest. The local habitat provides ample environment to learn about the bugs, birds and mammals that live in the local forests. The fun includes our endangered species treasure hunt, composting fun, artwork creations and the food web game. Learn more HERE. Sign up with the parks and recreation department HERE.

 

Poulsbo at Fish Park - Aquatic Explorers Summer Day Camp - August 14 to 18, 2017 - 9am to 3pm

Fish park contains local native plant life and active salmon habitat. The stream life and estuary will be explored from the perspective of budding young scientists. Students will document their findings in a journal. The fun also includes our endangered species treasure hunt, recycled crafts, learning catchy rhymes to conserve electricity, making our own tote bags from an old t-shirt, a water cycle experiment, an ocean acidificaiton experiment and much more. Learn more HERE. Sign up with the parks and recreation department HERE.

 

WATERSHED WALKS

Walk Your Watershed, Snoqualmie River, Duvall - April 22, 2017 - 10 am to 3pm

Learn more about a watershed of the Snoqualmie River. Earthright Insight will hold an organized 1-mile educational walk to celebrate Earth Day in Duvall. This walk is designed to give you an eye opening experience into this seemingly everyday community. Professional guides will share their knowledge about the local aquatic community and watershed. Walk by the local river, stream, beaver dam, through a restoration site, and see how a green roof functions. You will see how you are closely linked to your local watershed and aquatic ecology. Each participant automatically enters the raffle for a chance to win a FREE RAINBARREL! Start and finish at Duvall McCormick Park, 26200 NE Stephens St, Duvall, WA 98019. Sign up at the Walk.