The Nature Place Day Camp

http://thenatureplace.com/programs/primitive-living-skills/

Central Park Homeschoolers

Homeschoolers connect with nature and make stuff.

 

Prospect Park Homeschoolers

Homeschoolers play games and work on skills in a biweekly class.  Age range is 11~16ish.

Throwing Sticks & Stalking

http://www.highlandsnaturefriends.org/home.html

Wild Earth Ropes

Nancye will be instructing for this summer teen program in New Paltz.

 

Awareness

http://www.highlandsnaturefriends.org/home.html

Shelter Building

http://www.highlandsnaturefriends.org/home.html

Earth Skills Camp, Whidbey Island, WA

Earth Skills Camp

This camp is all about survival on Earth. Everything people need to survive can be found in nature right here on Whidbey. You will learn how to make shelter out of materials found in the woods, how to find and purify water, make fire with friction, identify some edible and medicinal plants, and ways to hunt animals. We will play unique games that will hone your senses and instincts. Families are invited to join us for a few hours on the last day so the campers can share what they’ve done.

 

Science and Nature Camp, Whidbey Island, WA

"Loud Noises and Bad Smells Forever" Science Teacher Leonard Good and his daughter Nancye team up to run Science and Nature Camp

Camp provides science education in an outdoor, hands-on setting, emphasizing experiential learning. Campers will spend most of their time outside, having a great time observing nature up close. Camp will combine games and nature exploration with hands on science activities.  Campers will learn aspects of Physics, Biology or Chemistry for part of each day and the rest of the day we’ll play games such as capture the flag and make things with our hands out of materials from nature.