Girls are explorers, leaders, adventure seekers, trailblazers, trackers, storytellers, fire makers, singers of songs and much more! Our S.A.G.E. program is designed to create a space for girls to develop these skills, practice their strengths and learn from each other in a peaceful, supportive atmosphere.
Through a variety of earth-living skills, they will explore, through the art of observation, the many wonders that the Pratt Nature Center provides. Meeting once a month after school, each session will have a focus that may include: hiking, fire and shelter building, plant and bird identification, map reading and orienteering, awareness and tracking, archery, outdoor adventuring as well as the arts and writing for creative expression. Sessions may also include guest speakers that will provide insight to new topics as well!
Girls are encouraged to bring their own ideas and interests. Reflection time, group discussion and meditation will also be included. Each participant will be actively involved in each session as they support one another’s strengths, challenge themselves, and strive to be the best version of who they are!
Our S.A.G.E. program is facilitated by long time friend of the Pratt Nature Center, Kaitlin Clark!
S.A.G.E. is open to middle and high school (Grade 6-12) girls and meets once per month. This program is free but donations are appreciated.
Bus available from SMS and NMHS. Please contact your school for specific bus information.
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