Day in the Woods with Wild Earth

Day in the Woods with Wild Earth

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Our financial aid philosophy is take what you need and give what you can. We recognize that there are economic hardships, and we want to be accessible to all, so we ask that you pay whatever it is that you can.

The more you can pay, the more children we are able to extend aid to. Before you request financial aid we ask families to consider if there are family members or friends who might help provide a scholarship to your family for this program.

For families from the Cold Spring/Garrison area


$80 per student
$40 per accompanying adult


Sat, April 8




130+ acres of incredible wilderness, crystal-clear mountain streams and more on Stony Kill Road in Accord, NY 12404

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(845) 256-9830

Day in the Woods with Wild Earth

Adventure, Meaningful Connections, Discovery, and Fun for the Whole Family!

Head into the forest and off the trails meet plants and animals, learn wilderness skills, create natural crafts, and deepen connections with friends and inspiring Wild Earth mentors.

Children, ages seven to twelve year olds will venture out for an epic day of building fires, natural shelters, handmade crafts, and more!

Accompanying adults will have their own Wild Earth nature experiences while learning the how and why of our work.

Unique, exciting and fun challenges ensure that everyone experiences expanded sensory awareness and deeper connections to the forest.

What is Wild Earth?

Wild Earth is a 501c3 that leads youth, teens and adults into the woods and off the trails, wading in streams, meeting plants and animals, learning wilderness skills, creating natural crafts, and building deep connections with friends and inspiring mentors. Since 2004, Wild Earth has engaged thousands in empowering nature immersion programs.