Summer Farm Camp
By The Grit Staff | Feb 5, 2018
MOUNT JOY, Pennsylvania — Encourage your child’s interest in agriculture with a summer camp program at Heritage Creek Farm Camp. Offered June through August for children ages 3 to 12, HCFC’s summer camp programs teach youth about sustainable agriculture and environmental stewardship through hands-on educational experiences on a working farm. Teenage students 13 years and older can participate in the farm’s Jr. Counselor Service Leadership Program.
To learn more and enroll your child in a summer camp, or other events at HCFC, visit www.HeritageCreekFarmCamp.com.
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