Soil and Plants in Agriculture

June 11 – 15

Format: Commuter
Grades: For youth entering grades 7-9
Campers: Minimum of 24
Camp Directors: Dr. Paul Twigg and Dr. Julie Shaffer (Department of Biology)

Explore how plants interact with their environment, learn the basics of soil science, and use experiments to measure plant responses to challenges. Work like a scientist to analyze plant responses to stimuli, compare soil profiles in the field, and investigate genetically modified crops. At the completion of the camp, share what you have learned with your family at the camp showcase.

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Tuition: $125 if registered by April 1st.