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FENCE All Day Camp
AGES (5-12) $150.00 8AM – 5PM THIS CAMP WILL BE AN ALL DAY CAMP WITH A MIXTURE OF ALL THE OTHER CAMPS INCLUDING, EXPLORING NATURE, LEARNING ABOUT THE EARTH & ASTRONOMY, AND SURVIVAL SKILLS. THIS WEEK WILL BE A VERY EXCITING WEEK FULL OF LOTS OF GREAT THINGS TO LEARN INCLUDES MORNING & AFTERNOON SNACK , BRING BAG LUNCH
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Intermediate Horse Camp
AGES (8-12) 8:30-12:30 $175.00 MUST HAVE ATTENDED AT LEAST ONE SESSION OF BEGINNERS HORSE CAMP OR CONTACT FENCE FOR APPROVAL
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Beginner Horse Camp
AGES [8–12] 8:30-12:30 $175.00 LEARN THE BASICS OF HORSE CARE, WHICH WILL INCLUDE GROOMING, TACKING, AND HORSE SAFETY. ALSO LEARN HOW TO MOUNT, DISMOUNT, WALK AND TROT
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Free Family Hike
Join Americorps member Amy Schmitte for a family friendly nature hike at FENCE. Meet at the trail shelter at 10am for a fun hike where we will learn about some of the plants and animals that call FENCE home. Our hike will last about 2 hours and will end with a fun nature scavenger hunt.
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Wildflower Journey through Photography
Scott Dean's program this month will be inside for a change. Join him for a photographic journey through many of our local wildflowers. This should be a delight as Scott as many lovely photos of our native flora.
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Tryon & Polk County Venture
Join Simon Thompson for a day out around the foothills of the Blue Ridge. Spring arrives here earlier than in the Blue Ridge and we should see several swallow, warblers and other spring arrivals.
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Spring Bird Hike with Luke Cannon
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Trees and Woody Plants Hike with Luke Cannon
Luke Cannon is one of those rare men who is an all-round naturalist. He is comfortable pointing out birds and identifying fall warblers; teaching folks how to grow organic vegetables and instructing people on what plants to safely eat out in our Western Carolina Woodlands. Luke will teach us how to identify them and even let us know any native-American uses they may have.
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Early Spring Wildflower Walk with Scott Dean
Join naturalist Scott Dean for an hour or two focusing on spring ephemeral wildflowers. We'll discuss how the flowers attract pollinators, why they grow in the forms they do, and general plant community ecology. We'll also have a good time discussing how the common names came into being, cultural and medicinal applications, and just enjoying the beauty of these wonderful plants.
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Free Animal Tracks and Traces Family Hike
Join us for a fun family hike at FENCE! The hike will begin at the pavilion next to the nature center. Led by Americorps member, Amy Schmitte, the hike will last about 2 hours. Learn about all different types of animal tracks and traces, why they are important, and hopefully observe some animal tracks and traces on the property.
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