Explore! Inquire! Develop!
The Fenner Field School is a 2-week long nature academy for students that have completed grades 3 through 8. Unlike other nature camps, this multidisciplinary approach to learning about the environment integrates math, science, reading, writing, social studies, art, and critical thinking skills with teamwork and leadership development. Through this approach to conservation education, we can address serious environmental topics in fun, exciting, and personally-rewarding ways.
Our goal is to help our participants avoid “Nature Deficit Disorder” and get outside!
Financial assistance is available from Fenner’s “Norris Ingells Fund for Nature Education.” Those who want to participate but may not be able to afford the full fees are encouraged to contact Program Manager, Katie Woodhams about applying for a scholarship. Teachers, family members, and others who may want to nominate a student for a scholarship should also contact Woodhams at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Fenner Field School runs from 9:00am-4:00pm, Tuesday through Friday.
Extended care is available:
7:30am-9:00am - $15
4:00pm-5:30pm - $15
Members receive a 10% discount!
Register by April 15th and receive $10 off!
Please call 517.483.4224 to register