Farm to Table & Nature Based Art Camp

Farm to Table & Nature Based Art Camp

FarmToTable_Wagon-Ride Art Camp Times Publishing Group Inc tpgonlinedaily.comWATSONVILLE — Live Earth Farm Discovery Program will host five weeks of summer day camps at Live Earth Farm in Watsonville. Thanks to generous contributors LEFDP is offering 30 scholarships making their nutrition, environmental, and community education experience available to a greater diversity of local kids.

Sprouts Camp is for 3-6 year olds. All other camps are for 6-12 year olds. A Leaders in Training program for teens, ages 13+ runs for each of the 5 weeks of camp.

Summer Camp sessions:

  • FarmToTable_LiveEarthFarmLogo Art Camp Times Publishing Group Inc tpgonlinedaily.comJune 15-19, Art on the Farm Camp – 9 a.m.-3 p.m. – optional overnight on Thursday
  • June 22-26, Farm to Table Camp – 9 a.m.-3 p.m. – optional overnight on Thursday
  • July 6-10, Sprouts Camp – 9 a.m.-noon – with OR without parent July 13-17, Art on the Farm Camp – 9 a.m.-3 p.m. – optional overnight on Thursday
  • July 27-31, Sprouts Camp – 9 a.m.-noon – with OR without parent

FarmToTable_GatheringFirepit Art Camp Times Publishing Group Inc tpgonlinedaily.comThe LEFDP summer camps offer a unique opportunity to engage with the food that Live Earth Farm grows in an in-depth field to fork experience that lasts a whole week. LEFDP’s summer camps are limited to 25 kids in order to create an intimate experience for campers. During the week staff and LIT’s strive to develop a compassionate community of young farmers, artists, foodies, naturalists, and environmentalists. Early Bird prices last until April 17, 2015.

Conquering nature deficit disorder and knowing where their food comes from are just two of the accomplishments this summer’s cohort of Live Earth Farm Discovery campers will be bragging about when they head back to school this fall. The farm-based day camps offer local kids the opportunity to play and work in the fields and animal pens of a working organic farm that is also host to diverse native habitats.

The Live Earth Farm Discovery Program (LEFDP) is a farm-based education non-profit organization in Watsonville, California. LEFDP makes seed to mouth, farm to fork, and child to community connections through a variety of hands-on educational programs serving the youth of Santa Cruz, Santa Clara and Monterey counties and beyond. A special emphasis is placed on reaching under served people in the community to bolster individual, community and environmental health. We welcome volunteers a number of different capacities. Please get in touch!

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Live Earth Farm Discovery Program (LEFDP) Seed to Mouth, Farm to Fork, Child to Community Connections. 831-728-2032

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