Trained amateur -- in the very best sense of the word amateur -- archaeologist and paleontologist Scott Perry will be on hand with his car wash crew to answer questions you may have about the one week camps. The morning sessions at LaBelle Heritage Museum will include actual class time and learning how to preserve fossil specimens collected during the afternoon "digs" which may include wading in the water and digging in the mud since many sites are accessible only by boat.
Your donations will help lower the $150 per camper registration fee for the 30 to 45 kids attending this informative and very interesting hands-on adventure of a life time. The registration fee includes collecting tools, wholesome snacks, and boat expenses. Each camper will be expected to furnish a personal bag lunch.