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#OptOutside for Healthier, Happier Kids

March 27th, 2019

Splashing across a stream, letting imagination take flight on the wings of a bird and the excitement of navigating a new trail are some magical moments in childhood that resonate through the years, not just as memories but as life lessons.

Kids who spend time outdoors, or #OptOutside, aren’t just having fun getting dirty. Time outdoors has been shown to reduce childhood depression and stress, build kids’ confidence and even improve performance in school.

Nature isn’t a faraway place you take your kids to visit on vacation. CWF offers children’s summer programs right here in New Jersey that will help your kids ignite a life-long love of nature and improve their quality of life, now and in the future.

The Wildlife Explorer Program at Duke Farms, Hillsborough NJ, Somerset County, runs from July 15-19 for kids entering grades 3-5 and July 22-26 for those entering grades 6-8.

Beach. Birds. Biology. A Wildlife Adventure. This program for kids entering grades 4-6 will be held at Belmar, Shark River Inlet, Monmouth County and at Barnegat Light, Ocean County, on July 17 (Rain Date 7/18).

The Bayshore Adventure Program is held at Leonardo State Marina, Monmouth County, for kids entering grades 3-8, on August 5-9, August 12-16, and August 19-23.

From the Children and Nature Network
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From the Children and Nature Network
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