Newly Arrived Refugees Explore Their Public Lands

Imagine the shock of moving to a new country. Add to that an entirely new environment with animals, plants, and places you have never seen before. The Bureau of Land Management’s Campbell Creek Science Center hosted a three-day eco-explorer camp in order to help with the adjustment of 20 newly arrived refugees and immigrants. Students, primarily from the African continent, including the countries of Sudan and Rwanda, spent their time on Campbell Tract exploring a new home full of surprises and adventure.