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Homeschool Camp at Overlook Farm
Program cost is $225, which includes lodging, food and all programming. The camp begins Sunday at 4 p.m. and ends Friday at noon. It's limited to 16 participants and they must be 13-16 years old. Overlook Farm is located in Rutland, MA. Camps are centered around these themes:

Participatory Development Camp
May 15-20, 2005
During this week, the campers follow Heifer’s cornerstone model of development and complete the application process as a Heifer partner would, to receive livestock. They learn how Heifer International empowers limited resource families through community decision-making.

Farm Animal Camp
Sept. 18-23, 2005
A camp featuring technical workshops on the care and management of various species of livestock and basic organic gardening. Discussions will include the integration of people, land and livestock — which helps to create more ecologically sound communities.

Peace & Justice Camp
February 5-10, 2006
A camp featuring educational programs, which explore U.S. and global issues related to peace and justice, as well as what is being done towards solutions. This will include discussion about activism, poverty in America and global sweatshops.
Not Back to School Camp
The Not Back to School Camp is for unschoolers ages 13-18. Founded by Grace Llewellyn, the author of The Teenage Liberation Handbook, sessions are offered throughout the year in various locations across the United States.
Timberline Ranch Homeschool Camp
Timberline Ranch in Maple Ridge, BC, Canada, offers a series of six one-day camps on consecutive Mondays, designed specially for homelearners aged 8-16, to give some new experiences and opportunities. Meet other homeschoolers, learn new skills, take on new challenges, and more! Daily activities include riding lessons, horsemanship, riflery, archery, climbing lessons, and group activities.


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