Sparking change through new partnershipsplay_arrow
Camp Fire’s new partnership with Ramsey County 4-H and The Sanneh Foundation ensures bright futures for youth.
Bringing nature to classrooms—virtuallyplay_arrow
Partnering with schools to bring environmental education to students—in-person and virtually!
Making Nature Connections in New Waysplay_arrow
Programs at Tanadoona continue in Covid-safe ways to help youth connect with nature and each other.
Learn about water pollution and filtration in this lesson from one of our Naturalists.
Foster a connection to trees and flex your creative muscle in this lesson from one of our Naturalists.
Books about Natureplay_arrow
Nature-based books – recommended by Camp Fire staff – to keep you entertained while staying indoors.
In addition to relieving stress and anxiety, mindfulness can help promote focus, empathy, and curiosity – something we could all benefit from during these uncertain times.
How to make Biodegradable soapplay_arrow
In part 2 of our 3-part series on water quality, we’re inviting you to get involved by making biodegradable soap!
Water Quality: Riverside & Tanadoonaplay_arrow
The first in our 3-part blog series on water quality.