Camp ended and now the seasons are changing. But we still have memories - it was fun with lots of laughs, and we came away inspired. The kids cared for animals, chopped cucumbers and pitched in to clean dishes and learned they are more capable than they know. Lots of camp photos from summer are on Facebook and Instagram.
Of note: the Angelic Organics Learning Center and the 200 acre property is unique in the midwest. It's a diversified farm, feeding people nutrient rich food and, in the process, restoring the health of the water and soil.
If we didn't see you at the farm this summer, please consider visiting, maybe even this fall. The Pie Bake for Families happens at the Farm on October 12.
If you sign up for the newsletter below, we'll keep you in the loop for other opportunities to connect. In the meantime, we'll be working on planning for summer 2020 with our goal of supporting the growth of great kids: we want kiddos to walk away confident, competent problem solvers.
We Plant Kids in Nature,
Tim and the Farm Camp Crew
P.S. We love and support local farms and regenerative organic agriculture. Nature's Farm Camp won the Golden Beet Award in the 2018 Community Food Project category, from the Illinois Stewardship Alliance.
Select Media Coverage
A piece titled "Fresh from the Farm" about Tim Magner and camp in the Loyola Academy magazine (page 4 & 5). A guest article in 2017 on Good Food on Every Table and also in 2016 on Good Food on Every Table, a piece on Farm Camps in Chicago Crain's Magazine and a guest post in the nationally acclaimed Fed Up with Lunch.
The Mike Nowak (radio) Show interviewed us and Rob Gardner of The Local Beet gave us a shout-out in his Good Food Fest Wrap-up. We were featured on WGN TV Mid-day News. Note: for the TV gig we borrowed a couple things from awesome Chicago friends, e.g. microgreens from local food innovator The Urban Canopy and the flat of mint from The Kilbourn Park Organic Greenhouse. Good Food on Every Table featured an article on Farm Camp .
p.s. We're thrilled to be supporting members of the Chicagoland coalition of CSA (Community Supported Agriculture). We love the local 'Band of Farmers.'