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Conservation Club

Location: Fort Collins

Event/Activity Description

The Environmental Learning Center at CSU offers after-school programs for schools in the Poudre School District. Formats can vary to meet the needs of your school and families, though a typical format is to meet weekly for six weeks. These programs focus on learning through hands-on indoor and outdoor environmental education experiences.

Program Details:

  • Each program can be adapted for either K -2nd  or 3rd -5th  grade
  • 20 students per program maximum
  • Incorporates State Educational Standards and school’s academic goals
  • Interdisciplinary
  • Includes outdoor activities, as weather permits
  • $50/child for each 6-week program; Scholarships available

In the Conservation Club program, the three principles of conservation (reduce, reuse, recycle) will guide this program; we will learn how to reduce our use of energy and water. Students will get creative, reusing materials in projects such as garbage art. We will recycle everything we can from bottles to banana peels while exploring the excitement of compost and worm bins!

Event/Activity Details

Target Populations:

K-5 Students

Program Type:

Stand-alone program

Instructional Delivery Methods:

Inquiry/hands-on

Participation Fees:

Paid Program

Description of Fees:

$50/child

CSU at National Western Center Theme:

Energy, Food Systems, Urban Ecology, Water

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Primary Contact

Environmental Learning Center

Contact Information

970-491-1661
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