Registration Closed

7th Annual Spring Camp

Spots are Limited – Register Early – Deadline March 9th

When: April 6-10, 2020 (Overnight – Monday to Friday)

Who: Youth in Grades 6-12

Where: Quaker Oaks Farm

Air fills our lungs and keeps us alive, yet it is taken for granted by many populations. Indigenous communities, however, appreciate the air as sacred. Today, California has some of the worst air pollution in the country. This year’s theme of Air builds from our previous camps and recent themes, Fire, Water and Earth, honoring the sacredness of all Beings. Join us as we explore the power and value of Air in traditional and contemporary practice. As the climate changes do we need new ways to care for the Air?

We will share our Histories and Love one another across Seeming Divides, all through Fun, Interactive Activities.

Camp includes a service-learning project on the Land and a field trip.

Cost: sliding scale $0 – $500

(includes food, lodging, materials, staff support and transportation during camp)

We try to keep camp affordable thanks to volunteer contributions and other donations, including seed funding and ongoing support from the Pacific Yearly Meeting (Quakers) Youth Programs Fund of the Bob Vogel Endowment.

Please donate now and give as generously as you can to support the costs of camp, camper scholarships, and the work of Quaker Oaks Farm.

Any amount paid by a family greater than $500 per camper is tax-deductible. All donations are tax deductible. 

A partnership of the Wukchumni Yokuts Tribe, Pacific Yearly Meeting Youth Programs (Quakers), and Quaker Oaks Farm