Learning Self-Sufficiency at Farm Camp
By Grit Staff | Jun 10, 2014
A recent winner of the Seeds of Change grant, Heritage Creek Farm Camp is the place for children ages 5 to 12 to spend their summer days exploring the world of sustainable lifestyles.
You can choose which weeks to attend, and with a different theme each week, youngsters participate in activities like gardening, natural building and animal care, all while fostering a sense of community that will help prepare them for life’s adventures in self-sufficiency. Check out Heritage Creek Farm Camp or fill out a registration form.
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