Campers spent the week learning about the ecosystem of the Eno River. We learned about how plants and animals depend on one another as well as human-impact. We gathered together to participate in a hands-on removal of as many invasive species as we could find. We also participated in an on-going trash clean up wherever the river took us. Campers made a significant difference in their community by participating in this camp week. And of course there was plenty of water time, classic Schoolhouse of Wonder games like Windigo, Jump the Creek, and Dragon’s Egg! Check out some of the pictures we captured along the way.
“Now we walk along its banks and row upon its fragrant waters. We can set our boats upon it and with its current, drift downstream” – A River Ran Wild by Lynne Cherry