This camp encompasses a challenging week of scientific investigation. Campers learn about biomimicry—taking inspiration from nature to solve problems. They explore marine habitats and amazing adaptations with hands-on activities on land, boat and canoe. Using scientific tools and concepts, campers will learn about innovation and invention; they will gain an understanding of how science is being used for the conservation and restoration of marine habitats. This action-packed camp includes a day of canoeing, a sleep-over on the Robert G. Brownleee, and a day on Angel Island.
Reusable Water Bottle
Trash Free Lunch
Light Jacket or Sweatshirt
Medication/ Inhalers/ Epi-pens with instructions (if needed)
Please make sure that your camper wears clothes and shoes that can get dirty!
Camp Hours: 8:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m
June 24 - June 28
July 08 - July 12
July 29 - August 2