June 20-22, 2014 6:30pm-12pm Deadline Date May 19,2014
Where does our food come from and how is a meal happy? What are challenges for local farmers? Discover answers and more at this fun event for Girl Scout Seniors and adults. Pre and post work is required to complete the Harvest Award. Adults participate in concurrent programming on mentoring Senior girls through the Take Action process.
Please note: Girls must attend with an adult chaperone. All participants must attend the entire weekend (Friday at 6:30-Sunday at noon); no late arrivals or early departures as this disrupts the program for others.
Fee includes: Sow What journey book (girls) or Adult Journey book set (adults), snacks, Saturday meals, and Sunday breakfast. Shared sleeping accommodations will be in platform tent units. Upon completion of journey take action project; submit a journey project report form and Harvest Award will be sent. (For Senior Troops and Individuals with an adult)
A separate pre-event activity packet will be sent in time for girls to complete. Journey books will be provided at event. Check-in is 6:30, start at 7:30 p.m. Please eat dinner before arrival or bring with you to eat prior to 7:30. Do not keep food items in your tent unit. Wear comfortable clothing, with layers to accommodate indoors/outdoors, sneakers with socks for walking camp. Water bottle, covered mug, flashlight with fresh batteries, sleeping bag or sheet/blanket, sleep pad/mat (optional), pillow (optional), personal items such as toothbrush, washcloth/small towel; sunscreen, insect repellent, sleepwear, small day pack or bag. Do not bring electronic devices such as mp3s, or tablets - girls may bring phones, but they must be turned off and kept in backpacks during sessions. Outlets are not present in tent units.
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