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Summer Camps!

Get ready to explore the outdoors this summer at one of our fun and exciting summer camps!  Lots of options for many ages!
 
Day Camp butterflies

10 10-week session from Monday - Thursday, 9:00am - 4:00pm

Weekly themes - spend the days outside from the forest to the sea

Begins June 12th

Summer Overnight Camps

Junior Naturalist (9-12 years olds) - 2 days at the Wynn Nature Center/2 nights and 2 days at the Peterson Bay Field Station

Marine Mammal Camp (9-12 year olds) - 4 nights/5 days at the Peterson Bay Field Station exploring marine mammals and marine life & putting together a skeleton!

Teen EcoAdventure Camp (12-15 year olds) - 10 days of amazing adventure in Kachemak Bay - explore our changing environment, camp, kayak, hike, make a difference in the world!

Family Camps (all ages) - a weekend getaway to the Peterson Bay Field Station including sleeping in a yurt, tidepooling, hikes, crafts and campfires!

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Major Contributors

Grantors – Private Foundations

  • Alaska Conservation Foundation
  • Gordon and Stacey Studebaker Environmental Education Fund
  • Alaska Humanities Forum
  • Chenik Foundation
  • The Homer Foundation - City of Homer Grant Program, and the Daisy Lee Bitter, Yoshida, Tin Roof, and Cottonwood Funds
  • Moose Habitat, Inc.
  • National Fish and Wildlife Foundation
  • Norcross Wildlife Foundation, Inc.
  • Ocean Conservancy
  • The Ocean Foundation/Alaskan Brewing Co. Coastal CODE grant
  • Project AWARE
  • Rasmuson Foundation
  • Shelby Collum Davis Foundation
  • Carl E. Wynn Foundation

Corporate Donors

  • Alaska Credit Union USA
  • Alaska Railroad Corporation
  • American Seafoods Company LLC/Community Advisory Board
  • Chevron Kenai Peninsula Fund/Alaska Community Foundation
  • ConocoPhillips Alaska
  • Wells Fargo Bank

Government Agencies & Organizations - Grants & Contracts

  • Alaska Department of Fish & Game/Kachemak Bay Research Reserve/
  • EVOS Trustee Council
  • ADNR/Alaska State Parks Recreational Trails Grant Program
  • City of Homer (grant program administered by Homer Foundation)
  • Cook Inlet Regional Citizens Advisory Council
  • National Park Service
  • NOAA Community-based Marine Debris Clean-up and Prevention Grant Program
  • North Pacific Research Board
  • US EPA Environmental Education Grant Program
  • US Fish and Wildlife Service/Alaska Coastal Program
  • US Geological Survey/EVOS Trustee Council
  • World Wildlife Fund

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