Many of our outdoor offerings can be enjoyed by groups on their own; however, activities like the High and Low Ropes Courses, Tree Climbing, Canoeing and Kayaking require trained facilitation due to safety requirements and equipment logistics.
Contact DaySpring Reservations for details about facilitation by the DaySpring staff or one of our partners. Reserve a time for your group by calling DaySpring Reservations at (941) 776-1018.
Founded in 1993, Pathfinder Outdoor Education is a non-profit organization dedicated to building personal, social and environmental responsibility through the power of shared experience. We offer experiential educational programs that develop leadership, increase self-confidence, and enhance communication through trust and team building activities. Canoeing, high ropes, and outdoor living skills are just a few of the fun, outdoor activities participants can do, working together to gain new skills in problem-solving, resolving conflict, listening, observing, and working effectively in a group.
The mission of Common Ground Adventures is to provide meaningful experiences that build relationships, promote personal growth and lead to individual accomplishment. Our wide variety of team building workshops are crafted to develop group unity and range from half-day low impact courses to four-day intensive programs. We believe that life’s deepest, longest-lasting lessons can only be learned through personal and collective experience. All of our programs embrace this philosophy with their focus on experiential learning.
More at www.commongroundadventures.org
Nature’s Classroom Institute is an environmental education program, offering a fully customized, highly engaging multi-day experience that has direct positive impact on classroom, community and academic performance. Our multi-disciplined, degreed educators integrate lessons with the curriculum of visiting schools in order to reinforce what is being taught in the classroom. The goals of Nature’s Classroom Montessori are to foster independence and to support children in moving toward a mastery of self and the environment.
More at www.discovernci.org
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