**Date Change: The Walk for Nature will now be on Saturday, November 16th at the same time & location**
Mark your calendars and join Camp Fire in celebrating our most precious life resource: H2O. Water shortage is an issue of critical importance to Central Texas, which is why it was selected as the theme for this year’s Walk for Nature by Camp Fire’s Absolutely Incredible Kids. The City of Austin is currently enforcing Stage 2 Water Restrictions to aid the drought relief effort, and on top of these regulations, Camp Fire Kids know that there’s even more we can do on a daily basis to help conserve this resource.
On Saturday, November 16th, families will meet at Mueller Park to help raise awareness about water conservation by exploring the ways that local wildlife need this resource for survival. Take a stroll by the lake to learn in an active and fun setting how our lifestyle choices are impacting water conservation, and to find out the steps we all can take to limit our usage in order to keep the water flowing and abundant for all.
Get excited for plenty of games, door prizes, and incentives for our ticket sellers!
Individual Ticket: $10
Family Ticket: $20
Listen to our radio interview about water conservation and the Walk for Nature on Inside Austin! (1370 AM)
Less than 1% of all water is available for human use. The average American uses 100 gallons of water a day.
What can you do to decrease your water usage? Find facts and tips here.