Posts Tagged ‘environmental education’

2018 Summer Camp Programs

Time to start thinking warm thoughts and one way to do that is to look at the programs we are offering at camp this summer. With registration open, now is the time to start getting your kids signed up to join us at Cedar Lake for 2018.  Moms, dads, grandparents and club members look at…

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The Riley Foundation Does it Again

As February begins, it is most definitely time to start thinking about getting your son or daughter registered to attend the Michigan OutofDoors Youth Camp for Kids! Registration opens on February 15th!  If your son or daughter is new to getting outdoors or has little experience in hunting and conservation, we have the perfect opportunity…

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Education Corner: Winter Fun For Kids

Since we live in Michigan and winter wonderland is one of our state mottos, I decided to highlight some ideas on how to keep getting your kids outside. Here are a few tips from one of MUCC’s partner organizations the National Wildlife Federation on how to have some fun when you cannot get out hunting…

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Education Corner: 2017 Recap

With the last blog of 2017, its time to look back and reflect on some of the progress we have made in the Education Department here at MUCC.  This was the first year in a long time where the Education Department had more than one employee.  With the addition of Camp Director and Lead Educator…

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Wild About Waterfowl

On Tuesday, Tyler and I had a chance to get out of the office and get into a classroom.  We ditched our work desks for some classroom tables. We headed to Fairview Elementary School in Lansing to conduct a presentation for about 65 students.  The students were two classes of second graders and one class…

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A New Connection

One of the key components of the OTG Jr. Program is creating a connection between the student participants and public land.  The whole concept behind this program is to show students and their parents/teachers that there is accessible outdoor recreation not too far from where they live.  We are trying to show them they do…

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