Kids ages 7-13 can enjoy a morning of learning about nature, as Makoshika State Park staff present Less is More”. There are many ways to conserve or save natural resource use less, choose items made from renewable over nonrenewable resources, reuse items, recycle trash instead of throwing it away, watch the amount of water used, keep the air as clean as possible, and work to improve wildlife habitat. In this program, students will learn the difference between nonrenewable and renewable resources and the importance of recycling. They will also see how long it takes different objects to decompose, creating a ‘trash’ timeline.
Participants should bring a water bottle, bug spray, sunscreen and dress appropriately for the weather. There must be at least one additional adult (besides instructors) per 10 participants.
Makoshika State Park
1301 Snyder StreetGlendive, MT