Aspetuck Land Trust holds Eco-Camp

Twelve middle school youth, four counselors and camp director Max Feldman gather for a group photo during a week-long adventure with experts in the area of ecology and conservation during Aspetuck Land Trust’s first ECO-CAMP. The camp has been designed to inspire future scientists like Caryl and Edna Haskins, who donated their 22-acre estate in the middle of Westport to Aspetuck Land Trust. — Photo by Stephen B. White

Twelve middle school youth, four counselors and camp director Max Feldman gather for a group photo during a week-long adventure with experts in the area of ecology and conservation during Aspetuck Land Trust’s first ECO-CAMP. The camp has been designed to inspire future scientists like Caryl and Edna Haskins, who donated their 22-acre estate in the middle of Westport to Aspetuck Land Trust. — Photo by Stephen B. White

Lillian Hogan of Westport examines a frog found during Aspetuck Land Trust’s first ECO-CAMP for budding scientists at the Caryl and Edna Haskins Preserve in Westport.  — Photo by Stephen B. White

Lillian Hogan of Westport examines a frog found during Aspetuck Land Trust’s first ECO-CAMP for budding scientists at the Caryl and Edna Haskins Preserve in Westport. — Photo by Stephen B. White

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