Welcome to Green Camps Initiative
Green Camps Initiative provides resources and programming to support the camp community in becoming a model for sustainability.
The Green Camps Certification is a building block to the benchmarks that outline best practices in sustainable camp development.
Camps benefit by reducing their environmental impact, educating the diverse audience of campers and staff who attend their programs and saving money.
Danny has been great to work with and has always answered any questions we had and provided support along the way for the process..
Creating a Green Team establishes a baseline for accountability so that camps can actively seek to improve their sustainable practices.
Using the Green Camps Certification template to write our Commitment to Sustainability we clarified and created future goals for our camp's green practices.
Filling out the Audit Survey of the Green Camps Certification showed me areas our camp is already excelling in sustainability - but also areas for improvement.
The certification process format was very well thought out .There are clear directions and ideas to help you along the way with certification
Personally I support the Green Camps Initiative because I believe that the initiative will create greater environmental responsibility within the camp community and beyond. Campers will attend camp programs learn about sustainable practices and take those lessons home. GCI is promoting environmental responsibility and taking care of the Earth’s precious resources, as a camp professional and a mom I couldn't be more supportive.
Green Camps Visits to Camp High Rocks
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Green Camps Visit to Falling Creek
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Green Camps arrives The Tarheel State: Green River Preserve
This morning I departed from Green River Preserve (GRP) after…
A Green Visit to CYO Camp in Nashville, IN
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Sustainable Camps Visit to Heartland Camps in Kansas
Heartland Camps – Parkville, Missouri and Olathe, Kansas I met Michael…