Exploring the Earth is a nature-based, visual and performing arts, STEAM program for kids. Our mission is to foster an appreciation for nature, science and the arts. We conduct science experiments, wildlife and environmental studies, engineering challenges, perform plays, engage in games and create artwork to explore the environment around us and beyond!
"My kids didn't want it to end. They learned so much---the stuff they brought home was great (I have water cycles taped around my house right now!). The outside play combined with the learning experience was a great combination. I am highly recommending it to my friends. I hope you continue to offer it! I wish we had more free weeks this summer so that they could have gotten to do the sky camp!"
- Kylee Jo Duberstein (2018)
Ph.D., UGA Associate Professor, Equine Science
"My 11 yo daughter had an awesome experience at this camp. She’s been attending various summer camps since she was 5 and this has been one of the best. She’s looking forward to her second week of exploring the earth camp. I’m just sorry I didn’t register her for more weeks or even the entire summer. Thanks for providing my daughter with a fun-filled learning experience."
- Persis Watson Daniels (2018)
"My daughter absolutely loves going to camp here. She can't wait to get there in the mornings. Everyday she's excited to tell me what she learned and everything she did that day. I'm very impressed! She's already asking to go again next summer."
- Sommer Umholtz-Riermaier
(Summer Camp 2017)
"My kids (10 and 6) had SO much fun during this camp! They learned so much (and in ways that made it fun and easy to really absorb) and came home excited about it! They made beautiful cultural art and played and explored. This is definitely the day camp to choose! We will be back next year."
(Summer Camp 2017)
"My kids had SO MUCH FUN at camp this summer!! Highly recommend."
- Sara Potterf Wooten
( Summer Camp 2019)
Little Rose Nature Adventures is an educational program that teaches a love of nature, stewardship and organic farming skills. It includes 94 acres of conservation property (woodlands,creeks, meadows, a swamp) and an organic farm under the 501c3 non-profit organization Buds of Little Rose.
“In wisdom gathered over time I have found that every experience is a form of exploration.”
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