Monday, January 28, 2008
Pack 205 explores Native People's culture
They then took a tour of the re-created indian camp and learned how the native people used the resources from their natural surroundings for food, shelter and tools.
After a short lunch break, the kids learned how to do traditional crafts such as pottery making and weaving. The final activity created a 'medicine' bag- a leather bundle containing an object that the kids looked for on a short trail walk through the uplands- as a remembrance of their trip to Camp Bayou.
If you are interested in this program for your scouts or class, contact Dolly at email@example.com or call 813-363-5438. Don't forget our other educational programs from the Nature Center and the Paleo Preserve Fossil Museum. For more information about Camp Bayou, visit our website at http://www.campbayou.org/ .
Camp Bayou is located 3 miles south of SR 674 at the end of 24th St SE in Ruskin. Camp Bayou is a partnership between the Ruskin Community Development Foundation, Inc. and Hillsborough County Parks, Recreation and Conservation.
Noah Galdona shows his 'artifact' that was found in many pieces and carefully reconstructed