Programs and Camps


For all of our programs and camps our mission is to immerse participants in:

  • Paran’s natural environment from the lake ecosystem to the plants and animals who make their habitat at Lake Paran
  • Lessons in conservation management techniques
  • Food system education that will teach children how to cook, process & store foods grown from local community gardens.
  • Knowledge of the Wabenaki indigenous peoples who used this land and their cultural heritage especially as it relates to food.

Win a free summer membership by taking our survey.

For questions:

We want to hear your input into how our programs should be shaped for the best interest of our community members and youth by responding to this 10 minute survey below:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeLm5899S9GCFhI9q35z5tpmno67_4T2LY6MWJY8iPGruZC3A/viewform?usp=pp_url

Join us for a week-long Winter Break Camp featuring enriching environmental education experiences. Our curriculum stems from place-based education focused on the ecological, physical, & cultural contexts of Lake Paran.

Logistics:

-Open to K-6 students at North Bennington schools

-Strict COVID-19 precautions will be taken including mask wearing and regular sanitizing

-15 Spots available

-$200 for 1st child, $175 for each additional child

-Must bring lunch and water, snacks will be provided

-Participants must be equipped to spend extended periods of time in winter conditions

To Register: https://form.jotform.com/210136480377150

For Questions: Camille Kauffman, lakeparanvista@gmail

Thank you to our Partners!

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