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2018 Summer Camps

Space is limited; scholarships available! Register below.
For more information, contact Stacie Hernandez

Camps are 9 am – 2 pm at Moore Road Farm
8407 Moore Road, Indianapolis, IN 46278
Entering K – 6th Graders
Price: $200 

Campers bring a packed lunch each day and participate in fun, creative activities that nurture inquiry-based learning. In addition to our 30 acre outdoor learning space with hiking trails, deciduous forest and Eagle Creek, we have added a new, permanent indoor learning space, an enlarged driveway and ample parking.

The STEM Connection summer camp experience provides fun, exciting, unique, outdoor, hands-on learning! Our ecosystems rapidly change during the summer, providing STEM campers with new themes and opportunities with each week of camp. STEM campers gain new experience and make connections to the natural world as they hike, plant, observe, create art, play and experiment with and practice STEM skills.

Camp Schedules

July 9 – 13; Animals, Animals, Animals – CAMP IS FULL
Explore predators & prey, creek critters, and habitats as we learn about Indiana animals. We’ll also be participating in citizen science to positively impact the ecosystems in our local area.

July 16-20; Zoologists, Chemists, and Engineers…Oh My! Girls Only.
What do you want to be when you grow up? We’ll be engineers and create solutions to problems. We’ll explore the physical sciences with chemistry and other STEM careers. Finally, we’ll become zoologists, including a trip to the zoo!

July 23 – 27; Be The Change 

How can you make a difference in our world? We’ll explore trees, pollution solutions, and solar energy as we learn ways to be instruments for change.

2017 Summer Camp Highlights

2016 Summer Camp Highlights

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2018 Awards

-River-Friendly Farmer Award from the local Soil and Water Conservation District. This award recognizes farmers who, through good protection management practices, kelp keep Indiana’s rivers, lakes and streams clean.

-2018 McKinney Family Foundation Scholarship award recipient to attend Fundraising and Advocacy for Environmental Nonprofits offered by The Fund Raising School

IU Lilly Family School of Philanthropy

2017 Awards

-Joe Wright Recognition of Excellence Award by the Environmental Educators Association of Indiana

-Hoosier Chapter Soil And Water Conservation Society’s Education and Communications award for 2017!

-SYPF grant recipient 2016, 2017

-Intern, Madeline Anderson – 2017 Excellence in Summer Service Education Award Recipient


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