Summer 4-H camps present an untapped opportunity for advancement of mission mandates. The project reported here immersed campers in healthy living experiential learning. The goal was to improve self-efficacy and health behaviors related to nutrition and physical activity. Data was collected from enrolled campers through multiple survey tools. A total of 74 campers completed baseline surveys during summer 2012; 6-month follow-up rate was 72%. Camp improved intervention campers' nutrition knowledge (p
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Mabary-Olsen, E. A., Litchfield, R. E., Foster, R., Lanningham-Foster, L., & Campbell, C. G. (2015). Can an Immersion in Wellness Camp Influence Youth Health Behaviors?. The Journal of Extension, 53(2), Article 24. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol53/iss2/24