The Georges River Land Trust and Leaps of Imagination held a six-week art camp in the summer of 2018 at the Langlais Preserve. Students came from Cushing, Owls Head, and as far away as Utah and Arkansas. Topics for the art camp included planting a butterfly and pollinator garden, wind and weather patterns, animal tracking as well as painting, mapping, and illustrations. There was overall great enthusiasm from the students and families. No matter the weather, wind, rain or extreme heat, the kids were thoroughly engaged. Click here to learn more about the Leaps of Imagination Program and the blogs from summer camp. The Land Trust particularly wishes to thank Nancy Frolich, director of Leaps, Susan Beebe, art teacher for the camp and Cynthia Trone, Youth Program coordinator at the Langlais Sculpture Preserve.