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Moonwater Farm & Camp Journeys present



See below for this year's dates and offerings

All weeks include snacks, drinks, lunch, and project materials.

This year we have instituted self-selected tiered pricing for economic solidarity inspired
by the research of Worts and Cunning 

Please be mindful that if you purchase a price at the lowest end of the scale when you can truthfully afford the higher ticket prices, you are limiting access to those who truly need the gift of financial flexibility.

If you find access to Farm Camp a financial burden this year email us:

Conscious Leadership

June 24 - June 28

Teen/Young Adults 14 -21

9am - 4pm

This week offers a four-day training and field trip for participants ages 14- 18. While attending camp participants will attend sessions for team building, teaching, and leadership training. They will complete CPR, First Aid Training and attend sessions from Yolotli Counseling to strengthen their conflict resolution and values as they support creating safe spaces for others. 


Once the course is completed participants may be selected to serve as junior counselors and provide mentorship and support to the younger camp participants in the following weeks. They will receive a stipend for their services if selected.


July 8 - July 12

Ages 5-8

9 am - 3 pm

This year we focus on the stories of California examing indigenous tribes - their food, culture, and ecological knowledge. Campers learn by doing in this hands-on week. At the farm, we consistently foster connections between land, humans, and all the other forms of life abundant on the farm and beyond.


Participants will have opportunities to interact with animals, create biomes, and explore firsthand how our behaviors influence and impact our environments.



July 15 - July 19

Ages 9-13

9 am - 3 pm

Campers will connect with the fundamentals of circular systems - reducing, reusing, and regenerative. Guest chefs, artists and experienced food producers will lead workshops in fermentation, leatherwork, foraging and how to create a farm to table meal.


Close interactions with animals and harvesting plants for self-care teach campers to ground themselves in their natural environment. This week offers a unique space for connection to land and animals offering a respite from our urban jungle!

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