Farm Camp

ages 5-13
Session 1 – June 3 – 28 (FULL)
Session 1A – June 3 – 14
Session 1B – June 17 – 28 (FULL)

Session 2 – July 1 – 26 (FULL)
Session 2A – July 1 – 12 (FULL)
Session 2B – July 15 – 26 (FULL)


Each  session will be full of adventures on the farm with hands-on activities in farming, art and cooking as well as hikes around our 150-acre organic farm.


Campers can expect to get their hands dirty while exploring pieces of Live Earth’s 150 acres in both organic vegetable row crop production and fruit orchards. In addition to learning about life as an organic vegetable farmer, campers will spend time getting to know our herd of goats, our milking cow, Bella, and visit with the chickens. Campers will assist in daily chores of our animals, while learning about the benefits of humane livestock management.

“I love that she is outside all day and has a new appreciation of where her food comes from. She LOVES to cook from this camp!”-camper parent

Leaders in Training

ages 13+

Join us for 1-4 weeks as an LIT

June 3- July 26


Sample Schedule 

8:45 Arrive/free play
9:00 Opening circle

9:30Animal Discovery- hang out with pigmy goats and chickens or visit our ponies, cow and pig.

10:30 Snack and free play
11:00 Activity 1 – fossil making with clay and found objects like shells, leafs, rocks
12:00 Lunch and free play
12:45 Activity 2 – Harvest strawberries and plant garlic

1:30 Activity 3 – Strawberry jam with harvest from our fields

2:00 Snack and free play
2:30 Activity 4 – nature journaling or water colors
3:00 Pack up, sign out, go home

3:15 (LIT Only) Clean-up, debrief, skill building

4:00 LIT pick-up

*Additionally, we usually go on one hike a week around the farm to explore our wild spaces and/or Live Earth production fields. We take our time going 1/2-3/4 miles with breaks for play and harvests.


Leaders in Training

Leaders-in-Training 14 years+ learn with the education team each of the two sessions of camp/care. This is a great way to build job skills, experience with children and learn about life on a working farm. See our blog post on the LIT Program

Contact to apply!

Packing List

  • Lunch
  • 2 snacks
  • Water bottle!
  • Comfortable closed toed shoes
  • Sweater (it can get chilly every now and then, feel free to bring one on Monday and leave it at the farm).
  • Sunscreen
  • Any necessary medications (ex: inhaler, epi-pen, etc.) to be provided to staff at drop off, not left in kids bags.