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This is a unique day camp that includes field trips, data collection, problem solving, and leadership in our watershed. This four-day camp is for young women, 6th – 8th grade, who want to learn more about our world and how they can use their talents to take care of it. These four days will be filled with memorable experiences that help shape a deep understanding of our local water resources and some problems that need solving within it.
Day 1 of the camp will bring the girls into the mountains and to headwater streams, the source of the natural surface water in our watershed. Day 2, the campers will explore the Santa Ana River. Day 3, campers will see where the water from our mountains and rivers end up with a day at the beach. Day 4, the final day of camp, campers will prepare their findings and solutions to problems in the watershed to their families and community members.
Host of PBS show Curiosity Quest, Joel Greene, will join the camp to see what the girls have observed and what problems they have solutions for.
Location: Each day will start and end at the Chino Basin Water Conservation District’s Water Conservation Center, located at 4594 San Bernardino St in Montclair. Transportation to and from field trip sites will be provided.
Tuition & Scholarships
Within Chino Basin Water Conservation District service area: $37.50
(There are a limited number of scholarships available for those who live within the CBWCD service area. They will be first come, first serve)
Outside of the CBWCD service area: $150
There are only 30 spots for this program.
Scholarships are available for girls residing in the Chino Basin Water Conservation District service area. To see if you qualify, please call Lindsey McConnell at (909) 626-2711. If you qualify, she will provide the 75% off promotional code to enter when you click “Register”. Scholarships are first come, first serve.
Camp Contact: Wendy Zinn, email@example.com, 909-382-4083
What to bring
·Sack lunch and snacks each day
·Wear closed toe shoes and comfortable clothing
·Reusable water bottle
Other optional items that Campers are encouraged to bring:
·Sunblock or sunscreen
·Hoodie or windbreaker (for beach, depending on weather)
·Small backpack or bag for personal items
1. What should Campers wear?
2. Where does the camp take place?
3. Can a Camper only attend one day?
4. Who do I contact with questions?
5. Who is leading the camp?
6. Who can pick up my child?
7. Can I (parent) be a chaperone?
8. What will Campers do each day?
9. Can my child buy lunch?
10. What are the drop off and pick up times for the camp?
11. What should campers bring with them?
It is recommended that campers do not bring too much. They will not want to have to carry a large or heavy pack.
12. How do you find out if you qualify for a scholarship?