Category Archives: trackers earth pdx

Summer is here, and so are summer camps

I realize this post is a little late, but for any parents who are still looking to sign their child(ren) up for summer camps, here are places in the Portland area with awesome nature-based programs. Be sure to contact each … Continue reading

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EPNA Interview #2: Tony Deis, Trackers Earth

This is a new series of posts in which I interview Portland personalities that are making a difference in connecting children of this region to nature. Richard Louv, the premier voice in the children and nature movement, has written several … Continue reading

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Summer camps are on the horizon

Adventure WILD Summer Day Camp (supports Outdoor School) Audubon Society of Portland Jackson Bottom Wetlands Preserve Opal Creek Ancient Forest Center Oregon Museum of Science and Industry Oregon Zoo Portland Children’s Museum (some nature-based camps) Portland Parks & Recreation Trackers Earth PDX Tryon … Continue reading

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