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Nature and Conservation

The Nature and Conservation department has been dedicated to teaching about the environment and the importance of preserving it. From the early days in the 'Bug House' to its current location in and around Roberts Lodge, the summer camp staff has continued to provide this education to generations of young Scouts through merit badge classes, quality displays and live demonstrations.

Edited by David B. Woodward  [Contribute Info]

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Ecology and Conservation Snapshots from 2008

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Miscellaneous Pictures

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Ecology & Conservation Merit Badges

Snapshots from the merit badges taught by the Ecology & Conservation staff.
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Turtle Derby

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Specimens

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History

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Nature Lodge pictures from early 1980s

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Miscellaneous Videos

       

A member of the Nature staff gets his Scouts going with some introductions and team building exercises.

2005 - Contributed by Anonymous  [Contribute Info] 

Nature counselor Mike Beadner leads the Turtle Derby on the parade field.

1995 - Contributed by John B. Rettew III  [Contribute Info] 

Instructor Tom Hillhouse discusses the finer points of pollution and classroom management in this gem of an Environmental Science class.

1992 - Contributed by Andrew Smith  [Contribute Info] 

Scouts enjoy watching the box turtles race for the white finish line on the parade field.

2001 - Contributed by Alexander Musto  [Contribute Info] 
From a nature hike, to the Nature Cabin, and a look inside the reptile tanks, this video (despite not being the best quality) gives you a feel for the activities of the Nature Department during the Camp Horseshoe summer season.

2002 - Contributed by Alexander Musto  [Contribute Info] 
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Program Materials - 70s & 80s

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Memorabilia

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