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Summer Opportunities for Youth at Harvest Hope Farm

Harvesting Hope for Others Farm Camp is a 11-week day camp for children ages 6-13. The camp meets weekly for 2 hours from June-August.  During this time, each child grows a 4x6 raised garden bed from planting to harvest.  Produce raised in the garden beds is donated to families in need in the Fargo/Moorhead area.  In addition to growing produce, children learn how to interact with and care for farm animals.  Children feed the animals, as well as learn about food products that farm animals produce for humans. Children also have the opportunity to experience nature through organized activities and free play in the woods.  To make this experience impactful and meaningful for the youth involved, space is limited to 16 participants per session in 2023.   Registration includes a t-shirt for each participant.  Dates:  Wednesday May 31st through Wednesday August 16th, 2023.  Two sessions:  3:00-5:00 or  6:00-8:00.   SUMMER 2024 REGISTRATION WILL OPEN ON FEBRUARY 1, 2024

Harvest Hope Farm - Farm Camp Registration ( All FARM CAMPS are currently FULL.  If you would like to be put on a waiting list in case someone is unable to participate please complete the form below.

SESSION 1:  3:00-5:00.  FULL

SESSION 2: 6:00-8:00. FULL

Farm Camp 2023 Registration Form

Farm Camp 2023 Waitlist Form

Llama Llama Camp! Inspired by the popular Anne Dewdney books, this camp for 3-5 year olds will focus on enhancing social/emotional development in children  while experiencing the outdoors and learning about animals and gardens in a family farm environment!  Space is limited to 12 participants per session with a minimum of 8 participants needed per session.  Dates:  June 5th-8th, 2023 (9:00-11:00 or 6:00-7:30pm) and July 31-August 3rd, 2023 (9:00-11:00 or 12:00-2:00).  August session registration closes July 15th.  Cost $150.00  SUMMER 2024 REGISTRATION WILL OPEN ON FEBRUARY 1, 2024.

SESSION 1:  June 5th-8th:   9:00-11:00 FULL

SESSION 2: June 5th-8th:   6:00-7:30 - FULL

SESSION 3: July 31 - August 3rd:   9:00-11:00 FULL

SESSION 4: July 31 - August 3rd:   12:00-2:00 -CLOSED

Please email for information regarding scholarships.

Llama Llama Camp 2023 Registration Form


Kids bring your grandparents or grandfriends to Harvest Hope Farm for a day of fun and
exploration. This day “camp” is for kids ages 3-17 and their grandparents/friends! During this
two-hour experience you will meet the animals including sheep, pigs, chickens, llamas, Herman
the donkey, Festus and miniature horse, and llamas Raven and Abu. You will have the
opportunity to explore the gardens, walk in the forest, visit a wool/fiber demonstration,
participate in a craft, walk a llama or donkey and learn about sustainable living and
environmental stewardship. Grandparents might enjoy a trip down memory lane with their
grandchildren too!


SESSION 1: June 11th. 1:00-3:00 - Registration closed

SESSION 2: July 23rd 1:00-3:00 - Registration closed

Cost: $50.00 for groups of 4. $10.00 for each additional person

Registration required. Click here to register:

Space is limited to 20 participants

Youth Special Needs Day Camp

This 2-hour day camp is an opportunity for youth with special needs and their caregiver to
experience the farm. During your time on the farm you will get to meet the animals including
sheep, pigs, chickens, llamas, a donkey and a miniature horse. You will also have the
opportunity to visit the gardens, walk a llama, explore the forest, play in the corn box, have a
snack, create a craft and so much more.

Open to youth ages 3-17 with a caregiver. Caregivers must accompany youth throughout the


Cost: $75.00/pair

Contact Lynn to schedule your experience on the farm!

Please note:  Registration fees are not refundable after two weeks prior to the start of camps.  We will try to accommodate changes in camp sessions if possible.

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Did you know: Having fresh produce readily available means it’s easier to
include servings during meals and snacks? Our kids are so excited to dig
into a healthy lifestyle thanks to a Teaching Gardens Network grant from
@AmericanHeart and @CAULIPOWER!

Children in the garden
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