13317 Fitzhugh Rd.
Austin TX 78737
Chris Hyde (512) 461-9395
Our mission is to create a nature-based learning culture that promotes the restoration of eco-literacy among children and adults through the practice of earth-based crafts, skills and traditions. Co-ed and mixed age classes for children include: nature awareness; animal tracking; learning plants & trees; knife carving; fire making; shelter building; water purification; hunting tools; rope- and basket-making from plant materials; and pottery making.
Nature is not a commodity for the wealthy. Full and partial scholarships are offered. We have never turned away a family.
Audiences: Ages 5 – 16; Adults; Schools,Youth groups.
Home School Programs: For ages 5 – 12, there are 32 sessions held Wednesday, Thursday, or Friday, September – May, 9 AM to 3 PM, at Mary Moore Searight Park. 2020 cost is $1,600. For ages 13 – 16, there are 32 sessions held Thursday or Friday, September – May, at Mary Moore Searight Park and other locations. 2020 cost is $1,800.
Weekend Programs: Different classes for ages 5 – 16. One-day classes usually $40 and two-day classes usually $100 in 2020. Most classes are held at Mary Moore Searight Park or Natureversity location on Fitzhugh Road.
Monthly Programs: For ages 5 – 16, there are 9 classes held on Saturday, September – May, 9 AM to 3 PM, at Mary Moore Searight Park. 2020 cost is $425 for ages 5 – 12 and $475 for ages 13 – 16. Unlike weekend programs, the same consistent group of children attends each of these classes.
Summer (Day) Camps: For ages 5 – 12, each weekday for a week in June or July, 9 AM to 3 PM, at Roy Guerrero Park. 2020 cost is $300 per week.
Spring and Winter Break (Day) Camps: Ages 5 – 12. These camps run for 5 consecutive days close to the New Year and during Spring break, 9 AM to 3 PM, at Mary Moore Searight Park. 2020 costs are $300.
School & After-School Programs: Ages 5 – 16. Schools, youth groups, and churches can arrange onsite teaching. 2020 cost is $300 per instructor for 6 hours + materials costs.
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