Wetlands Camp VIDEOS!

Welcome to Virtual Wetlands Camp! This is your one-stop spot to watch Wetlands videos throughout the week!

First up, on MONDAY if you’re following along with our suggested schedule, Amanda and Tyler introduce the James River Park Wetlands to you. We hope you get out to explore the Wetlands with your family today!

CLICK HERE to watch the video introduction to the Wetlands.


On TUESDAY at 1pm, join Amanda for a Zoom call to talk about your scavenger hunt and do some awesome camp hangout time! Here’s the meeting information:

Join Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID: 787 9359 2718
Passcode: 9C1M0N


On WEDNESDAY, it’s time to build your very own Wetland in a bottle! Here’s Amanda building hers:

CLICK HERE to watch the video of Amanda making a Wetland in a bottle.


On THURSDAY, join a Zoom call to talk about your Wetlands in bottle! Here’s the meeting information:

Join Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID: 751 5859 8263
Passcode: 9zLr4z


On FRIDAY, it’s time to think about everything we’ve learned about Wetlands over the week, and come up with some metaphors to describe the wetlands!

CLICK HERE to watch a video on hydric soils!


Finally, if you have any questions or want to talk wetlands, send us an email or give us a call or text! We can’t wait to speak with you. Penelope.Davenport@Richmondgov.com; (804)921-8089


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