Camp Forest Institute - Opportunities for Adults
As an adult, learning basic survival skils, wild edibles, medicinal plants and crafts enriches your life, provides greater appreciation of our world and enhances your self-confidence.
As a parent, learning wilderness skills increases your ability to feel safe in the forest. Understanding the natural world enhances your ability to teach your children and releases you to allow your children to explore.
Camp Forest is linking with Adam Stone's private guiding for adult opportunities. Please email, email@example.com or message his facebook page at STONE's GUIDING
In addition to the following opportunities, Adam Stone is a registered Maine Guide and will take you or your group exploring in Maine or teaching at Camp Forest. He also offers uinique experreinces in Peru.
Contact him directly by email or facebook message.
JULY - SEPTEMBER 1 : CAMP FOREST SUMMER CAMP APPRENTICESHIP :
FEE: $900 - accomodation in your shelter, not including food
NOVEMBER 7 - JANUARY 7: AMAZON JUNGLE INTERNSHIP/APPRENTICESHIP
FEE: $2,000 food included; airfare and travel expenses, not included.
EAST AFRICAN INTERNSHIP
FEE: To be announced - contact if interested - firstname.lastname@example.org
CLASSES AND EXPEDITIONS
July 3 - 7 Training Week: Join with Camp Forest Staff. This is for those interested in learning about Summer Camps, teaching and mentoring chidlen in and about the Natural World. Adam Stone, with over 10 years of experience working in this field will give you the skills needed. Learn about the deeper levels of Nature Therapy used at Camp Forest. Learn about Coyote Teaching, direct experience, safe space, mentoring, free form scheduling and finding one's inner passion for learning. Staff - FREE; Non Staff - $300.00
July 10 - 14 Passy Expedition
Join with Camp Forest in this unique expedition. A combination of Day Camp and Expedition, youth and adult. A camper, youth, adult or family, can spend the week on the river or go home in the evening to return in the morning or choose which days you will sleep out on the river and when you will home for a bed.
Meanwhie each day will be spent on the river, exploring its variety of water through portages, shallow trickles, gentle white water, beackish pools and then open to the ocean mouth and through Belfast bay under the bridges to the Boat House finale.
If the water is too low, an alternate river will be selected.
Cost: $ 495 Full Week; $275 Day Camp Only; In and out $275 for day camp and $45.00 each overnight.
August 14 - 18 The Watershed Expedition
Join with Camp Forest in this unique expedition. A combination of Day Camp and Expedition, youth and adult. A camper, youth, adult or family, can spend the week on the river or go home in the evening to return in the morning or choose which days you will sleep out on the river and when you will home for a bed. Meanwhile we will learn about the local watershed, hiking, canoeing, navigation, tracking, ecology, survival skills, and work on the badges of Camp Forest and Maine Woodsman. OPEN to Families, youth and adults.
Cost: $ 495 Full Week; $275 Day Camp Only ; In and out $275 for day camp and $45.00 each overnight.
August 21 - 25 Harvest Week and Meal Join with Camp Forest campers
Nearing Fall and the time of harvest, we will be in natural abundance; blueberries, apples, hazelnuts, and fish. Come learn forest harvest skills, play games and prepare for the community harvest meal. FAMILIES WELCOME
August 25 Harvest Meal - 430pm - 7pm DONATION
August 25th - Harvest Dinner: 4:30 pm - 7:00pm
Come one and all to the Camp Forest Harvest Dinner. This is an opportunitiy to say goodbye to Summer 2017 at Camp Forest. See peaceful Camp Central, taste some wild harvested foods, and allow the children to show you what they have learned. We will have some wild harvested dishes to enjoy but we ask that you bring a fresh harvested dish to share.
Cost: A donation jar will be available. Donations help us further the work of Camp Forest and assist us with the provisions of Camperships for the 2018 season.
Ages: All Ages - Camp is NOT handicapped accessible. We will try our best to make accomodations.
THINGS TO BRING: A fresh harvested dish to share, insect repellant, sense of humor and appropriate dress for the weather.