Summer Camp

SEEDLINGs Summer Camp

During the summer at SEEDS, youth (rising 1st-6th grade) spend their days in the garden and kitchen, growing, cooking, and sharing food.

Summer Camp has concluded for 2018! We look forward to connecting with you and your family in 2019, be on the lookout for summer camp registration opening in the spring.

  • Hours: Main day 8:30am-3:30pm. Optional after-care 3:30-5:30pm.
  • Policies: Please review our Summer Camp Handbook.
  • Costs: $175 per session, plus $50 per week for after-care.




    Past SEEDlings Summer Sessions

    WEEK 1, June 18-22: Ready, Set, Grow!

    In the first week of summer at SEEDS, campers will learn how to plan, prepare and plant a garden bed. In the kitchen, they’ll work on basic cooking techniques and cook up seasonal, plant-based and garden-fresh dishes!

    WEEK 2, June 25-29: Ready, Set, Grow!

    Campers will dive deep into the life of plants, learning how to grow and maintain healthy crops. With the help of a local chef, they’ll cook the bounty and prepare a garden feast at the end of the week.

    WEEK 3, July 9-13: Garden Gifts

    Campers will explore many different uses for plants, including food, medicine, textiles and art. They’ll get creative with the gifts of the garden and make healthy recipes, healing hand salves, and natural plant dyes.

    WEEK 4, July 16-20: Farming & Food Traditions 

    In week four, SEEDS campers will explore ancient farming practices and learn about a variety of plants used across cultures. In the kitchen, they’ll take cooking classes that showcase flavors, spices and cuisines from around the world!

    WEEK 5, July 23-27: Ready, Set, Grow!

    With the season in full swing, campers will harvest high summer’s delectable crops. In the kitchen, they’ll learn to prepare and preserve the bounty.

    WEEK 6, July 30-August 3: Power to the Pollinator!

    This week is buzzworthy! Campers will learn all about bees and other pollinators, and their importance in our environment. Activities include a beehive viewing, bee-keeper talks, honey tasting, and crafting lots of honey-based recipes!

    WEEK 7, August 6-10: Farmageddon!

    At the end of the summer, campers will gain skills in self-sufficiency and learn about environmental justice, food security and sustainability. We will finish the summer with a farm-to-table feast.

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