The goal of Keiki o ka ʻĀina is to teach children about the importance of plants in their lives. How do plants, people and places connect with one another? We explore this question in our summer camps by providing a wide range of outdoor activities which take place in NTBG’s McBryde Garden in Lāwaʻi Valley.
Working in collaboration with Cognition Learning Center of Kauaʻi Community College, these summer camps include nature activities, environmental games, and garden exploration.
Summer 2021 Keiki o ka ʻĀina summer camps are now full! Please check back next spring.
Full – Week one registration (July 19 – 23)
Full – Week two registration (July 26 – 30)
Are you a garden member? Get discounted rates on summer camp registration. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
NTBG Gardens are classrooms of infinite possibility. Public and private school groups are invited to schedule field trips and learning opportunities for place-based, science-based, and culturally-based education sessions. The Garden as a Classroom Program provides students hands-on learning opportunities and engagement with the natural environment. Garden as a Classroom is a customized program that can accommodate any school group’s individual needs.