2019 Camp Recipes

Buckwheat Pancakes Despite the name, buckwheat is not related to wheat, as it is not a grass. Instead, buckwheat is a fruit seed and is related to sorrel and rhubarb. More nutritionally dense than wheat, it’s also gluten free.  Our…

We evolve…and partner with Angelic Organics Learning Center!!!

Our first summer four years ago, we heard lots of original lines from campers, many of them posed as questions, e.g.: “You mean us kids are caring for the goats and chickens?” “Wait a second, did you just say we’re…

Preparing your Child for Camp.

Nature’s Farm Camp is fun, exciting, and a great way to develop independence in a safe environment. However, some campers can begin to miss home while at camp. This is totally normal, but can be upsetting for the camper. In…

Post Camp – Recipes :)

Hello Campers, Thank you for helping run the farm during your week at camp. It’s a rugged five days: being with new people, sleeping in tents, waking up early and doing CHORES! We set high expectations, gave you responsibility and…

Summer 2017 in Photos

Camp Packing List, v. 2018

What to Bring. What not to Bring. Proper packing is important to ensure a comfortable and safe experience. Don’t bring anything you’re afraid to get dirty. One of our goals this season is to have zero items left behind, so…

Camp Schedule & Activities

Rather than a schedule with pre-set activities, our weeks on the farm are dictated partially by the interests of the campers. Non-negotiable, however, are chores and meals. It’s where we collaborate to accomplish goals, i.e. running the farm and feeding…

Why We Do What We Do.

Yes, our camp is centered around food, but the goal isn’t necessarily for kids to become farmers and chefs (although that would be great). Nature’s Farm Camp is set up intentionally as an environment for kids to flourish. Nature’s Farm Camp…

Benefits of Chores

Deborah, Mike and Sarah, the year-round production farmers and homesteaders at Antiquity Oaks, appreciate seeing all the extra smiles around the farm in July and August. The farmers also love it because they get a partial break from the chores….

Summer 2016. A Review in Photos.

Who knew helping to run a working farm for a week could be so much fun 🙂 It’s not health food, it’s fantastic food that just happens to be nutrient dense food. It makes Eleanor strong. Speaking of muscles, Jack…