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ECO-CAMP 2017

A One Week Environmental Camp
for
Budding Environmental Scientists.

 

Eligibility

Aspetuck Land Trusts Eco-Camp is for young people entering grades 6-8 in the fall.

Summer Camp Overview

Eco-Camp 2017 offers one week of day camp for middle school candidates.
Camp will run from July 31st to August 4th, 2017 from 9am to 3pm.

This experience will be available to a small group of campers who will experience exciting adventures and activities lead by experts in various areas of nature. This camp is designed to inspire future scientists like Caryl and Edna Haskins, both noted scientists, authors, and philanthropists, who donated their amazing 22-acre estate in the middle of Westport to the Aspetuck Land Trust. If you have a middle-school age child who has a passion and interest in science, wildlife and the outdoors this will be a great experience for them. 

Eco-Camp Fees: $150 per child
Pre-registration is required.
GO TO > ECO CAMP 2017 REGISTRATION

Camp Counselors:
We are seeking two college-aged students to serve as Senior Counselors (paid) and two high school students to serve as Jr. Counselors (unpaid). Interested Jr. Counselors may apply by completing the application provided via the link below.

GO TO > ECO CAMP 2017 JR. COUNSELOR APPLICATION

Interested Senior Counselors and those that want to learn more about this exciting program please contact Alice at This email address is hidden from email harvesters via JavaScript  

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