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 24-28 gave students in grades 1-5 the opportunity to develop tracking, observation and survival skills during their days that were spent exploring the main camp site and nearby natural areas.
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