Contact: Beth Kochevar, email@example.com
June 18-22, 2018
Ages: 10 and up
Program fee: $45 per program participant
Come explore the connections between the natural and social aspects of the local environment in McCall, ID! Throughout each day, we will explore how water, local organisms, and humans interact and how we, as a community, can solve socio-ecological issues in our communities. This program includes five days of watershed and ecology instruction from the MOSS Graduate students for all program participants. We will hike up to 6 miles each day in Ponderosa State Park.
(Individual accommodations can be made for program participants.)
NEW this year: we require all students (minors) to be chaperoned by an adult family member or guardian for this program. We adhere to a 7:1 student to adult chaperone ratio. For example, Jane Doe can bring her daughter, Mary, and be the guardian for Mary’s best friends Lila, Kylie, and Taylor. Jane is chaperoning Mary, Lila, Kylie, and Taylor.
ENROLL NOW (all program participants must enroll)
Program Type: Summer Residential
Program Name: Family McCall-ogy
Questions? Contact Beth Kochevar at 208-885-1084 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Lodging and Meal Options:Housing*:
- Housing is available June 17 through June 22 on a first-come, first-served basis.
- 1 bunkhouse unit (sleeps 8 program participants): $488.75 for 5 nights
- $120.38 per person for 5 days
*You must opt-in to the meal plan if you rent out a bunkhouse unit