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Monday, April 24, 2017
•  Events Calendar  •
The Institute of EcoTourism
Girl Scouts
Environmental Education
Created:  Friday, June 1, 2007
Updated:  Monday, December 17, 2007

 

GIRL SCOUT PROGRAM

Our Enviro Edu programs now offer:

Tour of the Los Abrigados Resort Creekside Park:

Walk to and about the Wild Bird Habitat

Walk along the creek and through the labyrinth

 

DVD of Mary Jane Colter. Historic SW Architect of the late 1800’s:

Women in the Work Force

 

DVD ‘How Big is Your Eco Footprint’:

Global Warming

Water Conservation

Pollution

What We Can Do

How ‘Big is your Footprint’ art activity

 

ARTS role - Eco Arts and Crafts:

Papier Mache

Corn Mosaics

Dough Art

Nature Collage

Sand Painting

Rock Animal Painting

Twig & Fiber Weaving

 

 

Planting Activities:

Plant gift and ID game

Planting of
indigenous
and/or 
threatened plant species.

Review of State species

  

Learning Activities:

Paper vs Plastic vs Fabric:Paper Bag Relay

Recycle - Rain Water Gauge making and Water Use discussion

Young Explorers Interactive Room

Tour of IET Demo compost, organic gardening, recycle depot indigenous plantings

 

 

Wild-craft Herbal Hike

Our intentions are to further
develop our site/programs with a wildlife print identification walk, and mock archaeological dig/mural as well as collaborating with state organizations towards providing for and supporting of indigenous tree/plant species.

 

 

 We host regular programs and presentations for all ages at varying times and lengths: (most events are charged a minimal fee or by donation at the door)

 

 

 

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