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Nature Made Kids Camp this Saturday, free for the community, fun for all ages! 

 

By Andrea Singer

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Outside Greenville is a hidden treasure known as Wild Plumas. Privately owned by Dan and Josie Litchfield, Wild Plumas offers a premier “glamping” experience nestled in the Lost Sierra. 

After surviving the Dixie Fire the Litchfields felt the urge to use their property to not only help their community recover but to also make it part of the communities future by hosting a monthly Nature Made Kids Camp at no cost! A mobile rock wall, gold panning, basic wilderness first aid, rock painting, zip line, delicious food and metal art will fill the day, providing children and adults alike with an experience full of fun, adventure and learning. Inspirational guests such as Mark Wellman, a world renown rock climber who has conquered Half Dome, El Captain in Yosemite and over 50 Sierra Nevada peaks (many even after he had been paralyzed) will be joining the event with his “No Limits” rock climbing program. 

This Saturday, May 20, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. come out to Wild Plumas (1323 Greenville Wolf Creek Rd, Greenville) for an eventful day sponsored graciously by the Almanor Foundation, Dixie Fire Collaborative, and the North Valley Community Foundation, co-hosted by Plumas Rural Services.  If you are unfortunately unable to make this event no need to stress, Wild Plumas will be hosting these once a month! 

For more information go to www.plumasruralservices.org/nature-made

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