Great Salt Lake Institute
Great Salt Lake (GSL) is a unique, understudied, and underestimated national landmark. As one of the extreme ecosystems of the world, where life is tested at its limits, GSL provides new territory for exploration, learning and stewardship. We invite you to join with us in our quest to understand the lake and all that it offers.
Camp Great Salt Lake | 10th - 12th Grade | June 9 - 13, 2014
High School Students and teachers! Camp Great Salt Lake is an opportunity for high school students (aged 15-18 years old) and high school teachers to be scientists for a week with Westmisnter’s Great Salt Lake Institute. This day camp gives campers a chance to work with experts in both a lab and field setting where they will uncover secrets about our saltiest neighbor. Aside from the science of GSL, students will be exposed to the art of GSL during an overnight trip to Spiral Jetty and will work with our partners in understanding many different aspects of the lake. Stand up paddle boards will be one mode of transportation during this experience! Qualified students will earn 2 college credits for their work. Student Price: $200, Teachers will be compensated for their time. Click here for more information and how to register!
Great Salt Lake Field School | 6th-8th Grade | June 16 - 20, 2014
This summer GSLI will partner with the Natural History Museum of Utah for an exciting, week-long summer camp experience, where participants will have a chance to do field work at the Lake, as well as lab work here at Westminster! To learn more click here, or visit the NHMU website.