This is a two-week experience being held July 7-18, 2014, Monday-Friday. It is hosted by the Wisconsin Maritime Museum and Friends of the Manitowoc River Watershed with Wendy Lutzke as lead instructor. We have space for 12 students, and it fills up fast!
Camp activities include:
- spending time on local watersheds for water testing, lab work, interaction with water specialists and scientists, and tours of facilities. As water levels allow, canoeing, kayaking, pontoon riding, and hiking will be included in the activities!
- community service projects such as: restoration projects at the water bodies we visit; stenciling storm drains with anti-pollution messages; helping inspect boats for aquatic invasive species at the marina; beach cleaning; outreach project.
- an overnight aboard USS Cobia for all students on Tuesday, July 15th.
- a two-day, one night sail aboard the schooner Denis Sullivan from Milwaukee to Manitowoc Wednesday, July 9-Thursday, July10.
The cost of camp is yet to be determined, but please check back here for details as they become available!
To register your young person or to ask questions please contact Wendy at 920-684-0218 x 115 or firstname.lastname@example.org.