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Clayton Edwards, 10, of Sidney, son of Kelly and Aaron Edwards, looks at the small hairs on an earth worm with the help of a small magnifying glass. Learning the anatomy of earth worms was one of the educational activities kids took part in during 2017 Shelby County Conservation Day Camp: The World Beneath Our Feat, Tuesday, June 20. The camp was hosted by Shelby Soil and Water Conservation District and Shelby County Farm Bureau. It was held at the Shelby County Fish & Game Club. Other activities included a giant animatronic talking worm, archery and tie-dye T-shirts.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Clayton Edwards, 10, of Sidney, son of Kelly and Aaron Edwards, looks at the small hairs on an earth worm with the help of a small magnifying glass. Learning the anatomy of earth worms was one of the educational activities kids took part in during 2017 Shelby County Conservation Day Camp: The World Beneath Our Feat, Tuesday, June 20. The camp was hosted by Shelby Soil and Water Conservation District and Shelby County Farm Bureau. It was held at the Shelby County Fish & Game Club. Other activities included a giant animatronic talking worm, archery and tie-dye T-shirts.

Clayton Edwards, 10, of Sidney, son of Kelly and Aaron Edwards, looks at the small hairs on an earth worm with the help of a small magnifying glass. Learning the anatomy of earth worms was one of the educational activities kids took part in during 2017 Shelby County Conservation Day Camp: The World Beneath Our Feat, Tuesday, June 20. The camp was hosted by Shelby Soil and Water Conservation District and Shelby County Farm Bureau. It was held at the Shelby County Fish & Game Club. Other activities included a giant animatronic talking worm, archery and tie-dye T-shirts.
http://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/06/web1_SDN062117Worm.jpgClayton Edwards, 10, of Sidney, son of Kelly and Aaron Edwards, looks at the small hairs on an earth worm with the help of a small magnifying glass. Learning the anatomy of earth worms was one of the educational activities kids took part in during 2017 Shelby County Conservation Day Camp: The World Beneath Our Feat, Tuesday, June 20. The camp was hosted by Shelby Soil and Water Conservation District and Shelby County Farm Bureau. It was held at the Shelby County Fish & Game Club. Other activities included a giant animatronic talking worm, archery and tie-dye T-shirts. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News