This year our partner Camp Journeys will be managing Farm Camp.
Moonwater Farm will conduct Urban Agriculture week.
See below for this year's dates and offerings
All weeks include snacks, drinks, lunch, and materials for projects throughout the weeks.
$395 per week
Financial support is available for those in need (see registration form)
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June 26 - June 28
Teen/Young Adults 14 -21
9am - 4pm
This week offers a two-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 and First Aid Training and attend sessions from Yolotli Counseling to strengthen their conflict resolution values and help create safe spaces for others. The last day will be a field trip where participants can utilize and substantiate their skills.
Once the course is completed participants may be selected to serve as junior counselors and provide mentorship and support to the younger camp participants. They will receive a stipend for their services,
July 5 - July 7
9am - 3 pm
This week will be all about island life! From lei making to exploring and making island foods, as well as learning cultural dances. Campers will be able to understand how others have created and maintained sustainable practices utilizing the resources around them.
Participants will have opportunities to interact with animals, create biomes, and explore first hand how our behaviors influence and impact our environments.
July 10 - July 14
9am - 3 pm
This week is all about water! Participants will be able to visit and learn from architects, artists, chemists,and graphic designers about the way water influences our lives from a molecular level to a global scale. Campers will explore it all. We will have fun and challenging workshops for the campers to strengthen their scientific exploration skills and spark the innovative nature that resides in us all!
NOTE: This year STEAM week will take place at the BEEHIVE in a classroom setting.
1000 E 60th St, Los Angeles, CA 90001
July 17 - July 21
9 am - 3 pm
This week campers connect with their roots. From learning about the origins of irrigation systems to exploring medicinal plants, and even making their own pickles, campers will understand directly how items get from the farm to their tables.
Close interactions with animals, and harvesting plants for self-care use will allow campers to ground themselves in their natural environment. They also learn we are interconnected with the ecosystem and have a responsibility to support and positively impact our environment.