|What could be more fun on a rainy day than getting muddy?|
|The trekkers examine scat to see|
which mammal has been here
At “Trekkers,” we use the forests, creeks, and fields as tools to help children learn not only about the natural world but about themselves as well. These are lessons that they will carry with them for the rest of their lives, lessons that we all must learn one way or another. It is of no small significance that they are learning these lessons in nature. The young buck may not know it, but those early years of playful exploration help shape him into the regal patriarch of the woods. Much like the young buck, these boys represent our future.