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2017 “Ecology Camp at the Farm”

A week of learning, fun, and friendship!
(Guided by Eco-Justice Center staff, naturalists, and volunteers)


Registration for all camp weeks is now closed.


June 19 - 23 for ages 11-14, $150 (includes Thurs. overnight) FULL! Registration closed.

June 26 - 30 for ages 6-10, $110 FULL! Registration closed.

July 10 - 14 for ages 6-10, $110 FULL! Registration closed.

July 17 - 21 for ages 6-10, $110 FULL! Registration closed.

Camp runs from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm. Children can be dropped off at the Eco-Justice Center starting at 8:30 am and should be picked up by 1:15 pm. In the event of a change in pick up plans, please let staff/volunteers know at check in or as soon as possible. A snack will be provided, but children are asked to bring their own lunch Monday – Thursday. 

All sessions enjoy a Friday Finale where family members are invited to a “farm fresh” lunch at noon. Lunch is be prepared by staff and campers.

Your child’s spot is not confirmed until a $30 non-refundable deposit is paid. Registrations and full payments must be received at least one week prior to the start of camp. Once camp begins, we will not be able to provide refunds.  

Camperships (Need-based scholarships) are available. For more information, contact S. Rejane Cytacki at 262-681-8527.

We ask that children wear weather-appropriate clothes (no clogs or flip flops), including hat, sun lotion, and mosquito repellant as needed.

Children will have the chance to interact with a variety of animals (alpacas, goats, chickens, ducks, geese, rabbits, and cats), get their hands into the soil, water, and explore the eco-systems. Some of last year's activities included the following.


For ages 11 through 14

Last year included the following:

  • Thursday night tent sleep-over             
  • Bonfire
  • Making pizzas and baking in outdoor brick oven
  • Making dream catchers
  • Cascarones
  • Plus most activities from the younger kids camp (see below)


For ages 6 through 10

(Campers must be age 6 by July 21.)

Last year included the following:

  • Caring for animals 
  • Exploring nature trails  
  • Butter, bread, and pretzel making
  • Harvesting crops
  • Crafts
  • Time in the tree house
  • Pressing Flowers
  • Games
  • Lessons on compost and ecology
  • Medicine Wheel Celebration
  • Plus much more!



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