Southeast Kansas kids get up close and personal with Mother Nature during a week-long camp.
This is the 10th anniversary of the Pittsburg State University Nature Reach Summer Day Camp. Local elementary school students are learning a different lesson about the world around them each day.
“Well we got to go down by the lake and explore down there and we got to see a snake, we got to go to the garden and pick potatoes and garlic or onion, I don’t know what it’s called, we saw a couple snakes down there and bugs.”Laynee Shay, George Nettles Elementary
The camp takes place off of the PSU campus on a natural history reserve southwest of Pittsburg.