Summer 2020 Update
2020 Farm Camp is canceled. This is a difficult announcement to make, however the health and safety of your children and our staff is at the forefront of this decision. When we welcome your children and family back to the farm we want to have confidence in our ability to maintain a safe environment for everyone. If you were registered for 2020 camp, please check your email for fee options. It may have gone in your “junk” folder. Email email@example.com if you need this email resent to you. Thank you!
Scholarship funds are limited and awarded on a first come first serve basis; If your camper is not awarded a scholarship please indicate if you wish to register your camper at the full camp fee. If so Stratford staff will call you for payment information.
July 20 – 24, 10am – 12pm
August 3 – 7, 10am – 12pm
Parent and child will experience the farm together through simple and playful activities. Children will care for the farm animals, spend daily time in the forest, and will discover the joys of planting and tasting things straight from the garden. Parents will be encouraged to rediscover their sense of wonder as they walk side-by-side with their little explorer. Treat yourself and your little one to a week together on the farm.
July 6 – 10
July 13 – 17
July 27 – 31
August 3 – 7
9am – 3pm daily, pick-up Friday at 2pm.
The easy rhythms of the farm will carry the children from chores to play and back again throughout the day. Hands will be immersed in mud and water, berries and brambles, as the children experience fully through their senses. Days will become adventures as children explore the forest, turning nature into paint, mossy bark into fairy homes, and holes into hideouts.
June 8 – 12
June 15 – 19
June 22 – 26
9am – 4pm daily, Thursday overnight, pick-up Friday at noon.
Bright and early each day, campers will care for the farm animals, feeling the daily cycles of farm life and contributing to the raising of food. Their hands will plant the fall crops, tend the summer vegetables and take part in harvesting and preparing for the farmer’s market. Throughout the week, campers will go on adventures in the forest, discovering the joys of time spent in nature and the lessons the Earth has to teach. Their week will conclude with an overnight spent under the stars.
Leadership Camp: June 2 – 4
Camp is 9am to 3pm each day, with an overnight on the 3rd and pick-up on the 4th at Noon.
If you are a teen who loves nature and the farm, consider becoming a Junior Counselor. You can enjoy all the fun of Farm Camp while sharing your knowledge with young campers. Develop your leadership skills by acting as a link between campers and senior counselors with daily camp activities. You will spend three days with our Environmental Education Interns honing your skills before being assigned to an Intern for a week of fun with the six to eight year old campers. This is a perfect way to gain community service experience and build your resume for college applications!
Junior Counselors must attend Leadership Camp and complete an application. Junior Counselors ages 16 – 17 with at least 2 years of experience as a Junior Counselor may be selected to help with the 9 – 12 year old camp. Junior Counselors ages 13 – 15 may be selected to help with the 6 – 8 year old camp.