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Environment / Sustainability

The Dirty Dozen Garden Club

May 10, 2011

Helping children form ethical and emotional bonds with nature is known to help them developmentally. Bring your toddler to the Environmental Learning Center's Dirty Dozen Garden Club and get a start on educating them about Planet Earth -- starting with learning about seeds, soil, plants, animals, and insects.

May 20-June 24
10:30-11:30 a.m.
Environmental Learning Center
East Drake Site

Appreciating nature

Come interact with other toddlers and learn to be comfortable in our natural world! Join us as we get down and dirty while exploring the garden and beyond.

  • We'll use our senses to investigate seeds, soil, and plants.
  • We'll hit the trails to learn about wild plants, animals, insects and more.

For two to four year-olds and their parents (or grandparent, daycare provider, etc.!) Join us on:

  • Fridays, May 20 through June 24
  • 10:30-11:30 a.m.
  • Map
  • $3 per child per session
  • $15 for all 6 sessions

Free for ELC members!

RSVP required

RSVP by phone, (970) 491-1661, or email, elc@cnr.colostate.edu.


Contact: Nicole Stafford
E-mail: ntimmons@cnr.colostate.edu
Phone: (970) 491-1661