Summer Camp: This Land is Your Land

By Colleen Kelley

Campers connected with the land we call home. From farmland to forest, mountains to meadows, we discovered the ecosystems all around us and the interconnectedness of the animals that live here. We learned about our rich farm soil, our fascinating geological stories and the serene wilderness of the Quabbin Reservoir by traveling on field trips, telling stories, playing nature-themed games and making crafts. From enjoying the view from a mountaintop to tasting fresh local food, we experienced the finest natural features of the Pioneer Valley.

2 responses to “Summer Camp: This Land is Your Land”

  1. Elise Barber says:

    Can you send information about summer camp for a 4 year old? Thanks

  2. Jessica Schultz says:

    Hi Elise,

    I recommend you check our Nature Summer Camp web page for all camp session information and questions. It’s currently up-to-date for this season’s camp with all the details we share with families. If there is anything that we haven’t posted there that you have questions about, feel free to email or call us. Our youngest age group is ages 5-7 for children entering grades 1 & 2.

    The direct URL is:
    https://www.hitchcockcenter.org/programs/children-and-family-programs/nature-summer-camp/

    All the best,
    Jessica

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