Schoolhouse Farm Camp

(for ages 8-12)

Join the schoolhouse farm for one week and learn where your food comes from. Harvest eggs from the chickens, make wool crafts from wool, taste fruit right off the vine, and learn how to grow your own plants.

June 21st-25th (8:30am -Noon)

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Day 1

Tour + Explore

Meet the animals, learn about what we grow and where we grow it. We'll make cane fishing poles and then spend a little time fishing in the pond. 

Day 2

Chicken or Egg?

Be part of a chicken drive as we move them to a new pasture. Learn all there is to know about chickens and why we move them to new pastures all the time. Collect eggs and then help cook a tasty snack with farm fresh eggs.

 

Day 3

Grow Your Own

Learn why we grow our own veggies and fruits. We’ll get our hands dirty and pull some weeds, plant some new plants, pot a couple for you to take home. At the end of the day we’ll make a wormery with garden supplies.

Day 4

Pick, Make + Partake

Learn what it looks like to grow a food forest. We’ll do a little work in our orchard, explore guilds and beneficial insects. Then we’ll make a delicious fruit based salad from our harvest.

 

Day 5

Flock + Forage

First, we’ll spend some time moving the sheep to new grass. We’ll chat about how we know when the best time to move them is and we’ll just spend a little time getting to know the sheep. After that we’ll take a walk around the property and pick wild plants to make snacks with while we make a craft with wool from the sheep we met.

Drop off Camp

8:30 am until noon near Hagan Stone Park

Parents/Caretakers are welcome to hang out at the schoolhouse.

Wifi + Snacks available for purchase. 

Who is Schoolhouse Farm?

We are a small scale homestead that believes the best way to help the world is to give them hope in self-sufficiency.

We teach adults and kids how to grow their own food, homeschool, and use natural medicine.

We belive the most powerful way to live is to work with nature. AND we love teaching others about permaculture, regenerative agriculture, and small scale farming.

Join us for a workshop in person and follow us online. We would love for you to become a part of The Schoolhouse Life.

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Limited spaces are available. We expect to sell out quickly!

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