To register for EnviroCamp visit the CREST website. There is one more camp open for registration

SPOKESMAN PHOTO: VERN UYETAKE  - CREST Director Bob Carlson shows kids how to dip for tadpole in the stream.Students had the chance to explore local creeks and forests, uncovering critters and playing games during the Center for Research in Environmental Sciences and Technologies (CREST) EnviroCamp.

This weeklong camp from June 25-29 was for incom-

ing first- through fifth-graders, and was an exciting week filled with half-day outings and an all-day adventure at the end of the week. Students developed tracking, observation and survival skills during their days in nature.

SPOKESMAN PHOTO: VERN UYETAKE  - Bob Miller studies a tadpole.There are two more sessions of EnviroCamp open for registration, although one has a waitlist. Full-day is $235 and half-day is $130.

To register, visit

register/.SPOKESMAN PHOTO: VERN UYETAKE  - From left, Delaney Dougherty, Maggie Boschielo and Sadie Jankovich check out tadpoles.SPOKESMAN PHOTO: VERN UYETAKE  - Camp coordinator Emma Steffen helps Gabe Jankovich catch tadpoles.SPOKESMAN PHOTO: VERN UYETAKE  - Logan Shi tries his luck dipping for tadpoles.

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