Monday-Friday, July 14-18, 2014
8:30 a.m. - 3 p.m.
This camp is an experience within the Manitowoc River watershed. Our goal is to introduce young people to their sense of place within their watershed in order to become caretakers and spokespeople for the health of this percious natural resource.
The week-long camp includes the following activities:
canoeing and kayaking
study of aquatic invasive species, macroinvertebrates, and fish species
plein air artwork
tours of community water wastewater and filtration plants
an overnight aboard the USS Cobia submarine
boating along the Lake Michigan shoreline in search of what lies beneath
community service projects to beautify our waterways
interaction with water resource people
The camp is led by Titus Seilheimer, University of Wisconsin Sea Grant fisheries specialist and Wendy Lutzke, education curator at the Wisconsin Maritime Museum.
The cost for camp is $25 per person. We are grateful for support from the following:
Camp is limited to 14 youth and will fill quickly. To register your young person or to ask questions please contact Wendy at 920-684-0218 x 115 or firstname.lastname@example.org.