Climate Camp Fort Wayne

Climate Camp Fort Wayne is a day-long camp for young people, ages 7-12, to learn about climate change and local climate solutions in Indiana.
During Climate Camp kids will learn how climate change in Indiana affects local wildlife, pollinators, and our health, and the actions we can take to care for the Earth and our future.
Location: Vera Dulin Wildlife Observation Building at Allen County Fox Island Park 
Watch these short videos for an overview of previous Climate Camps: – https://bit.ly/2UHpXbW– https://bit.ly/2uRJhVq
Here’s a story about Climate Camp in Indianapolis by the Indianapolis Star: https://bit.ly/2Vv6DvI
Ages: 7-12 Registration fee: $20 (includes vegan lunch)*The registration fee is a donation to make Earth Charter Indiana’s programming like this possible.*Upon acceptance, you will be given payment instructions at that time. Deadline is May 20th, 2019.
REGISTER here: earthcharterindiana.org/fwclimatecampreg
About Earth Charter Indiana: Earth Charter Indiana is the only organization combining climate stewardship with civic action. In the process, we incorporate  humane education practices while emphasizing racial and social justice issues, along with conflict resolution principles. 
Visit earthcharterindiana.org to learn more.

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