Eco-Art Week


Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News Eco-Art week continues during the Miami County Park District’s Eco-Splorers Summer Camp this week at Lost Creek Reserve near Troy. With help from naturalists, including Steven Pope, center, students are building a paper mache tree using paper towel and toilet paper tubes. Daily projects and crafts are created using recycled items and natural materials during the week. Next week, campers will participate in Eco-Water week.


Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News

Eco-Art week continues during the Miami County Park District’s Eco-Splorers Summer Camp this week at Lost Creek Reserve near Troy. With help from naturalists, including Steven Pope, center, students are building a paper mache tree using paper towel and toilet paper tubes. Daily projects and crafts are created using recycled items and natural materials during the week. Next week, campers will participate in Eco-Water week.

Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News Eco-Art week continues during the Miami County Park District’s Eco-Splorers Summer Camp this week at Lost Creek Reserve near Troy. With help from naturalists, including Steven Pope, center, students are building a paper mache tree using paper towel and toilet paper tubes. Daily projects and crafts are created using recycled items and natural materials during the week. Next week, campers will participate in Eco-Water week.
http://tdn-net.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/web1_150728aDw_ECO_Art_Week1.jpgAnthony Weber | Troy Daily News Eco-Art week continues during the Miami County Park District’s Eco-Splorers Summer Camp this week at Lost Creek Reserve near Troy. With help from naturalists, including Steven Pope, center, students are building a paper mache tree using paper towel and toilet paper tubes. Daily projects and crafts are created using recycled items and natural materials during the week. Next week, campers will participate in Eco-Water week.
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