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Hello friends and family of Primitive Instincts Youth Nature Program!

This is Ms. Cat, writing to quickly explain what has been going on the last few months.

As a small business that just began in September of 2019, Primitive Instincts Youth Nature Program was devastated by the news of COVID-19. When the virus first started hitting this area, I decided it was best to stop all programs and events for the safety and wellbeing of the students and their families. I carefully followed the news, numbers, and science as time progressed. However, due to the severity of the virus during the Spring, I could not open Primitive Instincts for a summer camp program, which I was looking forward to providing. As Fall came around, I chose to allow families and schools to adjust to their new normal, as well as allow for the numbers of the virus to adjust to in-person schooling. During this time, I have continued to develop the land for the nature program, as well as planted many plants.

Let’s be clear, the safety and the wellbeing of the community of Primitive Instincts Youth Nature Program is of vital importance to me. It was not easy for me, in the slightest, to stop doing what I love to do and also still figure out a way to continue.

To all the families and friends who supported me during my first year, thank you for everything.

In regards to the future, I plan to begin the nature program, including the weekly/monthly programs and events, again in Spring of 2021, as well as have a summer program that involves a lot of swimming in our saltwater pool! I truly hope to build a strong tribe of a community here at Primitive Instincts Youth Nature Program, even after the difficult time that COVID-19 brought for all of us.

Until we get to be together, go discover the magic of the outdoors and the wonderful beauty nature has!

Thank you for your time and love!

 

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175 Wolf Creek Pass
Wimberley, Hays County 78676
USA

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