The HEAL Project camps are packed with outdoor learning activities that inspire a love of nature, an appreciation of healthy food, and respect for our agricultural heritage.

Campers will plant, harvest, cook, hike, discover, laugh and learn during our farm based camps. Through discovering the wonder of the natural world around us, campers build a deeper connection to nature, themselves and each other.

SUMMER CAMP 2018

Monday - Friday    9am -3pm   Children ages 6-11

$275 per child   $25 Sibling Discount

All of our camps take place at the San Mateo County School Farm in El Granada. Join The HEAL Project staff and Junior Leaders in a week of farming, crafting, cooking, and adventuring. Our camps explore the fields when they are most alive with summer crops, flowers, and imagination. All camps have an open house Friday afternoon where parents and families are invited onto the farm to see all their campers have done that week.

This was their 3rd year of camp and they love it each time. The learning they receive from the excellent staff, the hands on food experience and farming is so incredible for them”
— Summer Camp Parent, 2017

June 18th- June 22nd : Farmer Science

Campers will turn into “mad” scientists over the course of the week! We will conduct experiments, learn about the natural forces around us, and investigate the secret lives of the plants and animals on the farm.

June 25-June 29th : Farm-to-Fork Jr.: A is for Artichoke

Campers get a taste of the fields! They’ll play the role of farmer and chef and develop a true sense of where food comes from and celebrate the bounty of a summer harvest. Guest chefs will attend to inspire campers with some of their favorite recipes and cooking tips.

July 9th-July 13th : Nature Magic

Frolic in the garden for an entire enchanted week! Campers will explore garden creature folklore and the magic of plants through creative crafts and garden activities. Imaginations will soar and camp is sure to turn into a summer fairy tale.

July 16th-July 20th : Farm-to-Fork Jr.: B is for Bok Choy

Campers get a taste of the fields! They’ll play the role of farmer and chef and develop a true sense of where food comes from and celebrate the bounty of a summer harvest. Guest chefs will attend to inspire campers with some of their favorite recipes and cooking tips.

July 30th-Aug 3rd : Artists in Nature

Let’s get creative! Campers take inspiration from the farm and use their imaginations to create their own natural art pieces. Exploring the interconnectedness between food, nature and art is sure to leave children inspired.

Aug 6th- Aug 10th : Farm-to-Fork Jr: C is for Carrot

Campers get a taste of the fields! They’ll play the role of farmer and chef and develop a true sense of where food comes from and celebrate the bounty of a summer harvest. Guest chefs will attend to inspire campers with some of their favorite recipes and cooking tips.

PAYMENT OPTIONS

Payment in full is required at time of registration to secure spot. 

Make payable to "The HEAL Project" and mail to P.O. Box 3051, Half Moon Bay, CA 94019

My child has learned about the science of farming, the hard work that it takes, and has a real sense for local agriculture and where food comes from.”
— Summer Camp Parent, 2016


tumblr_mjco89cUVY1rkz363o1_1280.jpg

JUNIOR LEADER PROGRAM

Are you between the ages of 14-18 and looking for the opportunity to develop your outdoor leadership skills, learn more about farming and the environment, and have a lot of fun this summer while gaining valuable life and work experience? Consider becoming a Junior Leader! Junior Leaders work alongside our Farm Education staff to help lead our summer camp programs. This is a great way to fulfill school volunteer hours working outside while getting hands on experience with education and agriculture. 

Now accepting applications for Summer 2018!

I got to learn a lot about farming and where the produce I buy comes from. Most importantly, I found a new love and appreciation for nature and being outdoors.”
— Anika, Junior Leader, Age 14