About the Program
Nuts 4 Nature is a summer environmental day camp for children ages eight through twelve. Area youth will have the opportunity to identify bugs, make discoveries in the soil, hike outside, and learn about our trees. Each day will have a unique theme and a special guest presenter. Youth are invited to come for one or for all five days.
If you would like to register your child, please contact Aimé Merizon, Outreach Coordinator,
at 231-882-4391, or firstname.lastname@example.org
Nuts 4 Nature environmental day camp runs from Monday, June 19th through Friday, June 23rd.
The time is 1 to 4 pm daily.
Monday’s theme is “Secrets in the Soil” led by MAEAP Technician Lizzy Freed, and Natural Resources Conservation Service’s Scott Hughey.
Tuesday’s theme will be “What's in the Water,” presented by AIS Coordinator, Jane Perrino, and Conservation Specialist, John Ransom.
Wednesday: the theme is “Truth about Trees,” led by Kama Ross, District Forester.
Thursday: the theme centers around “Habitrekking” with Emily Cook, Invasive Species Outreach Specialist.
Friday: the theme will be “Environmental Art,” presented by Aimé Merizon, Outreach Coordinator.
Cost: The fee for attending the camp is $15 per day; or $70 for the full week. Discounts are available for multiple family members.
Clothing: Most of the activities will take place outdoors so please dress accordingly (i.e. tennis shoes, socks, comfortable clothes). We encourage students to wear sunscreen and to bring bug spray. Boots will be available for water day, be prepared to get wet!
Food Allergies: Please inform us of any food allergies so that we can ensure everyone has access to a healthy snack each day. Please note on the release form, see download above.
The camp's activities will take place at:
Elizabeth Lane Oliver
Center for the Arts
132 Coast Guard Road
Frankfort, MI 49635