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.
Supporter Feature: Land O’Lakes, Inc.play_arrow
Camp Fire’s relationship with Land O’Lakes, Inc. runs deep.
“Camp Fire is a safe and open place for kids to be kids and to experience nature,” says Andrea Koller, who volunteers for Camp Fire Minnesota.
10 Reasons to Get Excited about our New Community & Dining Centerplay_arrow
We’re so excited to start construction on the new Community & Dining Center and think you will be too.
Water Quality: Riverside & Tanadoonaplay_arrow
The first in our 3-part blog series on water quality.
Marnie Wells and Shawn Wischmeier talk about the Capital Campaign.
Meet the Architectsplay_arrow
We sat down with the architects behind Tanadoona’s new Community & Dining Center to talk about the building, their inspiration, and the design process.