For the City Times
Children will learn about the invasive aquatic species affecting local rivers and lakes in a local summer day camp.
This June mark’s the 11th annual Invasive Species Awareness Month in Wisconsin- a designation aimed at creating awareness about the many aquatic invasive species that threaten our waterways.
Golden Sands Resource Conservation & Development Council (RC&D), Inc. has partnered with Central Wisconsin Children’s Museum to host a fun, hands-on summer camp in celebration of this month.
The Alien Invaders: Aquatic Invasive Species Camp is for young children, ages 6-8, during the fourth week of June.
Attendees will make field trips to explore the outdoors, play fun games and create a science fair project as they learn about ecosystems and the importance of protecting the places where they play.
Registration is open now, but space is limited.
For more information, go to www.cwchildrensmuseum.org or call the (715) 344-2003.