Great Adventure Concluded 14 Students explored Churchill Mountain This workshop is made possible with funds from the Catskill Watershed Corporation in partnership with New York City Department of Environmental Protection and The Robinson-Broadhurst Foundation. THANK YOU!
2019 WORKSHOP FOR YOUNGIN'S
SAVE THE DATES
August 5, 2019 - August 30, 2019
THANK YOU TO EVERYONE WHO MADE
2018 AN INCREDIBLE SUCCESS!
The Highlight of the 2018 Season will be our donation-based, 4 week workshop for children between the ages of 8 and 12 years old (age range is flexible.)
THESE MOUNTAINS WERE MADE WITH WATER!
We are very pleased to deliver this program, based on The Catskills: A Sense of Place developed by, and made available through, the Catskill Center for Conservation and Development. With support materials from Project Wet & Project Learning Tree.
Students will spend the day, 9am - Noon, 5 days a week for 4 weeks (AUGUST 6th - AUGUST 31st) on the ground with hands on activities.
The Workshop is divided into two sessions. The morning session 9-12 inclues NYS Standards based lessons on the followng subjets:
Mondays: WATER RESOURCES Tuesdays: GEOGRAPHY AND GEOLOGY Wednesdays: ECOSYSTEMS Thursdays: HUMAN HISTORY Fridays: CULTURE AND ARTS
Brown Bag Lunch Noon - 1pm
The afternoon session expands the program into a full day. 1pm - 4pm is Students Choice of Activities. We provide ideas from things like "Play the Forest School Way: Woodland Games, Crafts, and Skills for Adventurous Kids"by Peter Houghton & Jane Worroll and other resources, but the class decides by a simple majority.
Space is Limited Pre-registration and Application Required
(Students are encouraged to enroll for the entire 4 weeks but may be excused as necessary)
TO REGISTER and RECEIVE AN APPLICATION PLEASE EMAIL email@example.com or call Dave at (607) 242-1260.
FEE = Donation
This workshop is made possible with funds from the Catskill Watershed Corporation in partnership with New York City Department of Environmental Protection, and the generous support of the Robinson-Broadhurst Foundation, the Community Foundation of South Central New York and the Watershed Agricultural Council Forestry Program.
The original development of The Catskills: A Sense of Place was made possible with funds from the Catskill Watershed Corporation in partnership with the New York City Department of Environmental Protection and was funded in part by NYS Council on the Arts, the Bay Foundation, the Dorr Foundation, the A. Lindsay & Olive B. O'Connor Foundation, the Sherman Foundation, and USEPA.