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20 July 2016 The Pedagogy and Team of a Highly Successful Bug & Plant Camp The Oldest Bug and Plant Camp in the Nation!
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“We are so excited to get to bring Winston to camp this year and finally meet you (previously his grandparents have been bringing him to camp). He has changed a bunch since you saw him last including becoming the winner of the SW Georgia regional Science Fair. He was able to attend the State Science Fair competition UGA and loved the experience. Winston also won the Florence Burns Science Award for “BEST SCIENCE STUDENT” for the entire Scholar's Academy School. Needless to say much of this success is due to the love of Science that is fostered there at MSU Entomology Camp.“ - Kim Cornish 2016

“It's the best week of the year for me, better even than Christmas. Before I came to bug camp, I never found anybody who understood why I like bugs so much. With the people who come here, it's just unspoken that everyone likes bugs.” - Breanna Lyle

“Where have you been all of my life?” Brady Dunaway

John Guyton "The Pedagogy and Team of a Highly Successful Bug & Plant Camp The Oldest Bug and Plant Camp in the Nation!," Transactions of the American Entomological Society 142(1), 91-95, (20 July 2016). https://doi.org/10.3157/061.142.0106
Published: 20 July 2016
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