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Junior Naturalist Field Camp: Water World

Junior Naturalist Field Camps (JNFC) are week-long camps where elementary-aged children (rising 1st – 6th graders) will spend time learning about the natural world. They get to play with old friends and make new ones, too. Campers leave with memories, new friends, and a better understanding of the world in which they live. SJMA is

Secondary Adventure Camp: La Plata County

For rising 7th through 12th graders, SJMA is offering week-long adventure summer camp. This year, SJMA is partnering with 4Corners Riversports to create a 5-day Animas River Journey. Mornings will focus on learning about the Animas watershed from high alpine to desert and afternoons will be spent learning and playing on different water crafts. The week-long adventure

Junior Naturalist Field Camp: Predators and Prey

Junior Naturalist Field Camps (JNFC) are week-long camps where elementary-aged children (rising 1st – 6th graders) will spend time learning about the natural world. They get to play with old friends and make new ones, too. Campers leave with memories, new friends, and a better understanding of the world in which they live. SJMA is

Junior Naturalist Field Camp: Biodiversity Blitz

Junior Naturalist Field Camps (JNFC) are week-long camps where elementary-aged children (rising 1st – 6th graders) will spend time learning about the natural world. They get to play with old friends and make new ones, too. Campers leave with memories, new friends, and a better understanding of the world in which they live. SJMA is

Junior Naturalist Field Camp: Eco Village

Junior Naturalist Field Camps (JNFC) are week-long camps where elementary-aged children (rising 1st – 6th graders) will spend time learning about the natural world. They get to play with old friends and make new ones, too. Campers leave with memories, new friends, and a better understanding of the world in which they live. SJMA is

Junior Naturalist Field Camp: Montezuma County

Now in Montezuma County! Junior Naturalist Field Camps (JNFC) are week-long camps where elementary-aged children (rising 1st – 6th graders) will spend time learning about the natural world. They get to play with old friends and make new ones, too. Campers leave with memories, new friends, and a better understanding of the world in which

Secondary Adventure Camp: Montezuma County

For rising 7th through 12th graders, SJMA is offering week-long adventure summer camp. Days will be spent exploring surrounding trails and waterways.  Students will have the opportunity to connect with like-minded friends, explore the rugged terrain of the San Juan Mountains, and spend a night camping in the mountains. LEARN MORE

Homeschooler’s Outdoor Explorations Program Open House

Bring your family and visit the Nature Center to get a sneak peak of our new tuition free outdoor skills and environmental education program for homeschooled elementary students launching this fall! When: August 5, 2023 from 10am - 2pm Where: SJMA's Nature Center, 310 Rivers End Rd, Durango Cost: Free, of course! Program Details: Check

Junior Naturalist Field Camp: Nature Detectives

Junior Naturalist Field Camps (JNFC) are week-long camps where elementary-aged children (rising 1st – 6th graders) will spend time learning about the natural world. They get to play with old friends and make new ones, too. Campers leave with memories, new friends, and a better understanding of the world in which they live. SJMA is

Spring Break Camp: Durango & Bayfield/Ignacio

SJMA is excited to offer our Spring Break Camp, the ultimate eco-staycation! Let your 7 – 11 year old kids spend the week with our outdoor educators, exploring deserts, mountains, rivers, ecosystems, and ancestral ways of life throughout the Four Corners Region. NEW THIS YEAR, thanks to our Wellness in Nature (WIN) partner Mountains Studies

Junior Naturalist Field Camp: Wildlife Neighbors

Junior Naturalist Field Camps (JNFC) are week-long camps where elementary-aged children (rising 1st – 6th graders) will spend time playing in and learning about the natural world at SJMA's Nature Center, as well as throughout the region's waterways and trails. They get to play with old friends and make new ones, too. Campers leave with

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