Getting students outside is probably the most important aspect of our education model. It has been proven that increased outdoor time benefits cognitive functioning, reduces symptoms of attention deficit disorder, and increases self-discipline and emotional well-being.
Clay County Conservation Board continues to help address the growing need to introduce and engage today’s youth in the natural world. Every camp or classroom program we offer is designed to be fun, active, and engaging. They provide high quality environmental learning experiences through games, crafts, stories, and in-depth nature exploration.
Summer Camp 2020 schedule will be posted first business day in March and registration will be first business day in April.