Tucson Botanical Gardens offers a tranquil and shady setting for growing an appreciation of nature and exploring the ecology of plants, insects, and other garden dwellers. We’re offering three week-long camps this summer where children conduct experiments, journal, and play games to explore our many connections to plants. For our youngest campers, we’re offering two sessions of Budding Botanist Camp (ages 5-8) on June 12-16 and recurring on June 19-23 from 8 a.m. to noon each day. Cost is $100 or $80 for garden members. We are continuing Plant Power Summer Camp (ages 9-12) on July 10-14 from 9–3 daily. Cost is $150 or $120 for garden members. For campers who have previously participated in Plant Power Summer Camp or for those learners who are ready for the next level of plant exploration, join us for a week of S.T.E.M.-inspired problem solving at Plant Science Investigators Camp (ages 9-12) on July 24-28 from 9.to 3 each day. Cost is $150 or $120 for garden members. Learn more and register at www.tucsonbotanical.org.
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