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Transformative Learning

Youth Summer Camp | June 2025

A 5-Day Adventure in Nature and Living

The Youth Summer Camp at TribeX Gardens, is a five-day i experience designed for young earth lovers, budding gardeners, and curious minds. Built on principles that emulate nature, our space offers a unique opportunity for youth to explore the wonders of sustainable living, agriculture, and the natural world. The camp provides a nurturing environment where kids can connect deeply with nature, learn practical skills, and engage in creative activities that inspire personal growth and environmental stewardship.

Held during the summer, this camp invites youth to discover permaculture and gardening through hands-on gardening and nature discovery adventures. Additionally, they will engage in arts and craft classes, dance and yoga, making the experience both educational and enjoyable.

Our camp is designed to be an interactive, and inspiring space where kids can learn about themselves and our planet. The program combines structured learning with playful exploration, fostering an appreciation for the environment and its creatures.

Camp Schedule and Activities
Day 1:  Arrival, orientation, greetings, and tour
  - Afternoon: Introduction to permaculture and garden tour
  - Evening: Campfire stories and songs

Day 2: Nature and Art
  - Morning: Soil health workshop and Composting basics
  - Afternoon: Craft class – Building birdhouses / insect hotels / animal shelter
  - Evening: Live music and poetry under the stars

-Day 3: Gardening and Creativity
  - Morning: Nature hike and tree/plant identification hunt
  - Afternoon: Companion planting workshop
  - Evening: Special session on foraging and creating nature journals

Day 4: Regenerative Practices and the Future
  - Morning: Regenerative Gardening & Water
  - Afternoon: Craft class – building birdhouses or insect hotels or animal shelter
  - Evening: Celebration with games, prizes, and a farewell campfire

Day 5: Celebration and Reflection
Presentation of projects and plant identification hunt
Summary of learning and closing circle

Daily Structure:
8:30 AM: Breakfast
Morning Session:

Stretch and yoga in the garden or Morning Hike Observations

Classes Activities
12.30 PM Lunch Break: 1 hour
Afternoon Session:

Garden Workshops and Creative activities
5:30 PM: Dinner
Evening Activities: Special sessions and Campfire

Accommodations and Meals
Participants will camp in our beautiful grounds, with access to clean and safe camping facilities. All meals will be provided, featuring fresh fruits, salads, and vegetables.

Cost and Registration
The cost for the five-day Youth Summer Camp is on a sliding scale. Contact us for more details.

Age and Supervision Requirements:

  • Children Ages 6 to 12: We require that a parent or guardian accompanies children in this age group throughout the camp. This ensures that younger campers have the support and supervision they need to fully participate in and enjoy all camp activities.

  • Children Ages 13 to 18: Older children are welcome to attend the camp independently. This age group can fully engage in the camp experience without the need for parental or guardian supervision, fostering independence and personal growth.

Camping Equipment and Supplies:

  • Each camper must bring their own camping equipment and supplies, including tents, sleeping bags, and personal items. This helps create a personalized and comfortable camping experience for everyone.

  • Campers are welcome to bring additional food to accommodate any special dietary needs. While we provide wholesome, organic meals, we understand that some campers may have specific dietary requirements and preferences.


PreRegister | Summer Camp 2025

Spots limited to 50 students per camp.

Thanks for registering.

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