Art in the Wild on Conserved Land

This summer, VINS and AVA Gallery will be holding a summer camp on a parcel conserved by UVLT in Lebanon – the Jackson Conservation Area, which is owned by the City and managed by the Conservation Commission. The camp is called “Art in the Wild” and it will (according to VINS website):

“teach children to observe and respond to the patterns, forms, and colors of nature. With faculty members from both AVA and VINS sharing art and environmental expertise, kids will explore woods, meadows and wetlands, while learning about plants and animals in their native habitats. This outdoor session will take place within walking distance of AVA, on the Jackson Conservation Area in Lebanon, recently acquired and conserved by the City and the Upper Valley Land Trust.”

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