Nature camp at a local farm!

Spring Break Camp/Campamento de primavera

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Who: Ages 6 to 13
When: March 20 – 24, 2023
Where: Preston Farm, Healdsburg
Cost: $320 with full and partial scholarships available

Campamento de Primavera 2023 de LandPaths 

Donde: Finca Preston, Healdsburg 

Fechas: 20 – 24 de marzo, 2023 

Hora: 9 am – 3 pm 

Costo: $320 con becas parciales y completas disponibles 

Edades: 6 – 13 años 

Spring Break Camp is a nature-based day camp, modeled after our award-winning environmental education program, In Our Own Backyard (IOOBY). Spring break campers will learn and play while exploring the rich environment of Preston Farm and Winery. The 125-acre family farm is nestled between a meandering salmon-spawning stream and a sleepy stretch of former wagon trail. The Preston family has stewarded the land for the past 45 years and created a diversified farm including vineyards, vegetables, fruit and olive trees, grain, and pastured livestock. 

Grounded in youth-centered discovery, campers will learn about organic farming as we plant, harvest, and discover the amazing biodiversity of life on the farm and in the streams that make this place so unique. We will learn about the unique life cycles of plants and animals, study beneficial insects, and play nature games in the fields and orchards. At the heart of our camp is the opportunity for every camper to build memorable connections with the land, a foundation for a healthy community that deeply values caring for each other and the land.  


El Campamento de Primavera es un programa de día, inspirado en nuestro galardonado programa de educación ambiental, In Our Own Backyard (IOOBY). Los estudiantes aprenderán y jugarán mientras exploran Preston Farm and Winery. La granja de 125 acres está ubicada entre un arroyo que es zona de desove de salmón y un tramo de camino de carreteras antiguo. La familia Preston ha administrado la tierra durante los últimos 45 años para crear una granja diversa que incluye viñedos, hortalizas, árboles frutales y olivos, granos y ganado. 

El campamento está basado en enseñanzas que centran a los estudiantes y sus descubrimientos. Los estudiantes aprenderán sobre la agricultura orgánica mientras plantamos, cosechamos y descubrimos la asombrosa biodiversidad en los huertos que hacen a este lugar tan único. Aprenderemos acerca de los ciclos de vida de las plantas y los animales, y estudiaremos insectos beneficiosos. Jugaremos juegos de naturaleza en los campos y huertos.  La meta de nuestro programa es ofrecer la oportunidad para que cada estudiante construya conexiones memorables con la tierra, lo cual es una base para una comunidad saludable que valore profundamente el cuidado de los demás y de la tierra.  

For more information contact / Para más información comuniquese con 

Lesly Caballero 

(707) 544-7284 ext 109


LandPaths offers full and partial scholarships to ensure financial inequities are not a barrier to participation. All families are asked to pay between $30 to $110 based on need. Please note that filling out this application is the first step of the process and does not guarantee that you will be awarded a scholarship. If you are awarded a scholarship, it is required that participants register and attend all days of the camp. Thank you for your application!

Staff Safety Training

Our staff of CPR and first aid-certified, skilled, and trained field specialists have years of experience working with youth in outdoor settings. Staff to camper ratio is generally one staff to 10 campers. Skilled and trained volunteers assist throughout the day, making the adult to camper ratio closer to 1 adult to 5 campers. All staff and volunteers have been fingerprinted.

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