AGES: 9–11
DATES: Monday, July 18– Friday, July 22
TIMES: 9:00–3:30 p.m.

What does it mean to be green in design? Discover the possibilities of our cities, landscapes, and habitats in a sustainable world! Through an architecture, landscape, and urban design lens, campers will explore how designers are creating resilient cities and challenge themselves to think big as they prototype their own innovative design solutions that shape the future of our built environment.

For the health and safety of our camp community, we will not be offering a family celebration at the end of each one-week session, as was done in prior years.

GUEST COLLABORATOR I THREAD COLLECTIVE

thread collective was founded to support the collaborative interplay between architecture and its site, seeing landscape as an integral part of the overall design. A multidisciplinary practice, with architecture, landscape, planning, and sustainability expertise working together seamlessly, thread has the creativity and experience to produce compelling, successful projects. Their work creates sustainable environments that are experiential, focused on creating net-positive closed loop systems. They have offices in Brooklyn and the Hudson Valley.

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