The Environmental Interpretive Center is accepting registration for its Young Naturalist Program, a four-season study of the natural world for children ages 9-12
September 3, 2008
DEARBORN / Sept. 3, 2008---The Environmental Interpretive Center at the University of Michigan-Dearborn is accepting registration for its 2008-2009 Young Naturalist Program, a four-season study of the natural world for children ages 9-12.
Program sessions, which are held once a month September through June, give participants a chance to combine experiences in the outdoor classroom with indoor laboratory investigations using microscopes and other scientific tools.
Each participant will receive a field pack with a journal, hand lens, bug box and field guides to use during the program. Participants will spend most of the program outdoors exploring the campusís Natural Areas with trained UM-Dearborn student naturalists.
The cost of the program is $70. The last day to register for the program is Sept. 25. For more information, or to register, call 313-583-6371.