Nature Summer Camp

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Nature Summer Camp
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Nature Summer Camp says
At Wild Willow Farm we are part of the rewilding revolution. We are committed to growing inspired children and youth by sowing seeds of wonder and respect for our Mother Earth and all life.

Nature + Kids = Learning + Fun

This summer bring your child to Wild Willow Farm and Education Center. Your children will experience Earth-based wisdom through hands on experiential learning. We will spend our days exploring at Wild Willow farm and Education Center nestled in the beautiful Tijuana River Valley Reserve. We will also have the opportunity to interact with our farm animals and forest animals. Other activities included in this camp are daily hikes, storytelling, nature arts and crafts, yoga and movement and free play.

This camp is made possible thanks to the collaboration of Project WILD Earth Kids and Los NiƱos Yoga, Movement and Fun

Session A - Keepers of the Earth
June 27 - Julio 1
Coyotes: Ages 7-12
Time: 9 am - 3 pm
Cost: $175 / $135 per additional sibling


Session B - Into the Woods - Wood Nymphs, Elves, Fairies and Butterflies
July 5 - July 8
Coyote pups Ages 5-10
(Max children: 20) Time: 9 am - 3 pm
Cost: $150 / $135 per additional sibling

Session C - Wildly Fun
July 11-July 15
Ages 5-12
Time: 9 am - 3 pm
Cost: $175 / $115 per additional sibling Day Camp Hours:

Check-in begins at 9:00 at the camp location. Pick up is between 2:30 and 3:00. For additional time, an extra fee will apply.

For more info and to register please visit our web site: www.wildwillowfarm.org or email Areli - areli@sandiegoroots.org, Leslie -
artealmayespiritu@gmail.com

Financial Assistance
Limited financial assistance is available at multiple levels; the financial assistance application is available as part of our normal registration. Please register early on in the registration period if you are applying for financial assistance.

Age limits
Please respect the age limits set. One exception means we make exceptions for everyone and be fair. Thank you.
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By: Wild Willow Farm

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