Spring break camp at Sugarloaf Ridge State Park/Campamento de primavera en Sugarloaf

When:
March 14, 2022 @ 9:00 am – March 18, 2022 @ 3:00 pm
2022-03-14T09:00:00-07:00
2022-03-18T15:00:00-07:00
Where:
Sugarloaf Ridge State Park

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Spring Break Camp at Sugarloaf Ridge State Park  

What: Spring Camp at Sugarloaf 

When: 9:00am to 3:00pm, March 14 to March 18

Spring Break Camp at Sugarloaf Ridge State Park  

What: Spring Camp at Sugarloaf 
Campamento de primavera en Sugarloaf

When: 9:00am to 3:00pm, March 14 to March 18 
14 de marzo al 18 de marzo, 9am a 3pm

Where: Sugarloaf Ridge State Park, Santa Rosa
Parque Estatal Sugarloaf Ridge, Kenwood

Who: Ages 8-12
Edades de 8 a 12.

Cost: Free! (This camp is fully funded by the Sonoma Valley Education Foundation and free for families!) 

El coste es..: ¡Gratis! (Este campamento está totalmente financiado por la Fundación Educativa del Valle de Sonoma y es gratuito para las familias).

Join us for a week of Creek camp exploration at Sugarloaf Ridge State Park. Based on our “Water Wonders” field trip programming, we’ll traverse the headwaters of Sonoma Creek Watershed in this recreational and environmental education camp. Campers will spend the week as explorers, starting off the day with morning hikes on the park’s trails. As the day warms, we’ll stay close to water, exploring the creeks for insects and amphibians. Activities include investigating the properties of water, collecting and studying aquatic insects, learning about the wildlife and plants found in the park. Our camp days will also consist of plenty of games, hikes, and storytelling. We will follow PPP and mandated safe practices in the wide-open outdoors of the park creeks and trails.

Acompañenos en una semana de exploración en el Parque Estatal Sugarloaf Ridge. Basado en el programa “Water Wonders”, atravesaremos la cabeceras de Sonoma Creek en este campamento de día recreacional y educativo. Conforme los días se tornan calurosos, exploraremos el arroyo en busca de insectos y anfibios. Actividades incluyen investigación de las propiedades del agua, coleccionar y estudiar  insectos acuáticos, y aprender acerca de la vida silvestre y las plantas en el parque. Nuestros días también consistirán de juegos, excursiones, y contar cuentos. Seguiremos el código de conducta mandado por el Departamento de Salud Pública del Condado y de equipo protectivo personal en el aire libre de los arroyos y senderos del parque.

Sugarloaf Spring Break Camp is run by Sonoma Ecology Center naturalist Jonny Ehlers. Jonny is a fourth-generation educator who began working with youth right out of high school in an after-school program in Sacramento. He later became an educator in West Sonoma County at a residential camp working with diverse populations and founded The Mycelium Project, an organization dedicated to helping kids and adults through hikes, and nature-based activities. Jonny is CPR/First Aid certified and holds 26 years of environmental and outdoor education.

El campamento de vacaciones de primavera es dirigido por Jonny Ehlers, naturalista con Sonoma Ecology Center. Jonny es un educador de cuarta generación que empezó a trabajar con jóvenes en un programa postescolar después de terminar la preparatoria. Mientras vivía en un campamento en el oeste del Condado de Sonoma trabajando con poblaciones diversas, fundó The Mycelium Project, una organización dedicada a ayudar a niños y adultos a través de actividades basadas en la naturaleza, como excursiones en senderos. Jonny está certificado para brindar primeros auxilios y RCP y tiene 26 años de experiencia como educador al aire libre y ambiental.

Creek Camp is run by Sonoma Ecology Center naturalist Jonny Ehlers. Jonny is a fourth-generation educator who began working with youth right out of high school in an after-school program in Sacramento. He later became an educator in West Sonoma County at a residential camp working with diverse populations and founded The Mycelium Project, an organization dedicated to helping kids and adults through hikes, and nature-based activities.