FOR PARENTS AND TRIP LEADERS OF
We will provide for your camping trip: an 8-foot picnic table, a 1.5-gallon water cooler for water storage, straw bales for sitting around the camp and a port-a-potty. The farm also provides any food that we are growing at the time of your trip so please have your food planner contact us regarding food availability.
The farm does have lots of pollen and dust so allergies may be a problem for those children who are particularly sensitive. We ask that no dogs be brought, due to our farm animals.
For all questions regarding your trip should please contact Annie Main the farm to school coordinator The farm phone number is (530) 787-3187. We look forward to your visit.
WHAT TO BRING ON YOUR OVERNIGHT VISIT
Children should be prepared for both hot and cool weather.
Good sun hat
Sturdy shoes (a second pair for muddy weather is nice)
Long sleeved shirt (for sun as well as cold)
Wind parka or rain gear
Several pairs of socks
Long pants with shorts as an option
Personal gear (tooth brush, washcloths, hairbrush, etc.)
Journals, Art paper
Eating utensils and plate
THINGS NOT TO BRING
Radios or other electronics
Dogs or other animals