GreenSTREAM is a summer-long program for youth in grades 6-12. The program focuses on connecting students with Hood Canal through various field-based learning opportunities and classroom activities. The camp intertwines science, technology, reading, engineering, art and math in an environmentally-relevant way.
Friday, July 7th – Farming | $5
Join in for the start of camp and learn about how sustainability and salmon go hand in hand.
Friday, July 14th – Research | $5
Learn about performing research with a trip to Timberland Library!
Friday, July 21st – Forests | $5
We’ll take a trip to learn all about local forests, their uses, and why they are important for salmon.
Friday, July 28th – Fish | $5
This session is focused on learning the basics of fishing and will include a field trip to a local fishing hole!
Friday, August 4th – Beaches | $5
Youth will travel to a local beach for some exploration at low tide, followed by swimming.
Friday, August 11th – Watersheds / Kayaking | $15
This trip will include a field trip around Hood Canal, learning about watersheds and their many uses, and will include kayaking at Lake Cushman!
Thursday, August 17th/Friday, August 18th – CAMPING! | $25
We’ll be doing an overnight trip to Dosewallips State Park for camping, survival skills and more!
Friday, August 25th – Estuaries | $5
The last day of camp focuses on estuaries, which support various birds, fish, and wildlife!
Tuesday, August 29th – End of Summer Concert | FREE