The first Texas Botanical Gardens & Native American Interpretive Center Summer Camp will be held at the Botanical Gardens Amphitheater where you can hear author Beth Griess tell the story of Tripod the goat who lives on a Texas Ranch. She is the author of book that addresses soil & water conservation, archaeology and Texas history. This week-long camp is divided into younger elementary students in the morning and older students in the afternoon. They will have have art instructors (Martha Carson & Armando Rodriguez) come in from Houston to teach the children during the day. Some adult instruction will also be held on one or two evenings while in Mills County.
Stay tuned for their second camp in July.
Learn more at: www.legacyplaza.org
Texas Botanical Gardens & Native American Interpretive Center is a Texan by Nature Conservation Partner. They promote conservation, stewardship, and education. As an ecotourism destination showcasing Native American life ways and archeological sites, the focus is on native plants, wildlife, and the waterways of Central Texas. The mission of the Center is to provide a dynamic, interactive, lifelong learning experience while identifying, preserving and showcasing the rich prehistoric and environmental aspects of rural Central Texas.