Looking for something fun for the kids to do this summer?

Check out this year’s Watershed Adventure Summer Day Camp! This year we are partnering with Get Outside Olympia to offer five full days of exploration and discovery for kids ages 8-12.
We will explore local beaches and parks in the Olympia area, as well as go further afield to find the sources of our local rivers at Mount Rainier National Park and Olympic National Park. We will learn about our region’s natural history and geography, and practice outdoor safety skills.

Program dates: June 26th- June 30th, 2017

About the facilitators:
Dakota Dominguez is the Environmental Stewardship & Outreach AmeriCorps member at Thurston Conservation District. He has nearly a decade of experience working with children as a camp counselor, National Park volunteer, and Boys & Girls Club program director. In college, he studied Adventure Education, Ecology and American History. He holds a BA from The Evergreen State College.

Perri Rae, founder and director of Get Outside Olympia, has a mission to make nature in Olympia, WA easily accessible to youth in her community. With a passion for working outdoors and over a decade of working with youth, she created Olympia Youth Explorers and Natural Young Leaders Club. These two programs utilize local parks, environmental community organizations, and focus on practicing core routines that foster habits and behaviors that increase observation, curiosity, and connection with the natural world.
Visit www.getoutsideolympia.com to learn more about her programs!

To learn more and to register contact:

Dakota Dominguez
360-754-3588 ext.110


Chinook Salmon photo from Flickr: Oregon State University