SPEARFISH — As part of the initiative to lower carbon emissions by the campus, Black Hills State University hosted an EcoExplorers Day Camp on Tuesday, July 15, for children ages 4-6 and Thursday, July 17 for children ages 7-12. The camp was focused on teaching children the importance of sustainability while creating an environment that was fun and friendly.
New this year the camp adds to the list of interactive roles BHSU has within the community to learn and share with children. In this camp children learned what sustainability is and how BHSU is taking an active part in it. “We’re having this camp because we should. It’s a great way to showcase what the University is about and show how the University buildings interact with each other and the surrounding environment,” said Katie Greer, BHSU’s sustainability coordinator.
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