This summer, CROW will be offering its first summer camp in collaboration with the J. N. Ding Darling National Wildlife Refuge, Bailey-Matthews National Shell Museum and Tarpon Bay Explorers. The “One World” approach to conservation identifies that we are all connected, and CROW’s counselors will teach its participants about the importance of environmental stewardship.
The two sessions this summer will be offered in a half-day format, and all camp lessons and activities are designed for students who will be entering the 6th and 7th grade age level. Throughout the week campers will engage in projects independently to develop critical thinking skills as well as in groups to promote team building. Content will be delivered with an awareness of different learning styles, and participants will be encouraged to participate in all activities.
The “One World” Conservation Camp has been generously sponsored by the Sanibel Captiva Kiwanis Club and the Cape Coral Kiwanis Club.