At Evergreen, we believe in learning by doing.
Using our 130-acre historic farm and surrounding forests as an outdoor classroom, we offer opportunities for hands-on learning about the world around us. Our abundant natural resources provide a meaningful place for children and youth, in particular, to learn, grow, and thrive. Learn more about our mission and vision here.
Limited space is available for our fun, safe and affordable summer camps. Full camp payments will now be due 1 week prior to the start of your child’s first camp session. Please contact us today to hold your child’s spot by calling 301-687-0664. Registration packet: EHC 2017 Camp Registration Form 6.6.17
- JULY 10-14 from 9AM to 3PM Grow It, Cook It Camp for children entering grades 4-6: How does your garden grow? Campers start seeds and harvest fruits and veggies in our gardens and green houses They’ll follow the connection from farm to table as they investigate worm composting, experiment with plants, and prepare simple snacks from our farm. $140
- JULY 17-21 from 9AM to 3PM Science Camp for children entering grades 4-6: Explore forests, fields, and wetlands by using cool science tools to learn about plants and animals, and how we fit into this amazing planet. Campers conduct real science experiments, learn how to live green, and participate in wacky challenges! $130
- JULY 24-28 from 9AM to 3PM Science Camp for children entering grades 6-8: Dig deeper into fun field studies of the environments at Evergreen! Campers channel their inner scientist and use genuine science instruments to uncover some of the amazing species in our habitats. $130
- JULY 31-AUG 4 from 9AM to 1PM Science Camp for young naturalists (children entering grades 1-3): Uncover the secrets of mini-beasts, plants with armor, and seek out stealth camouflage in Evergreen’s lush backyard habitats! This half-day camp for our youngest group of campers includes hands-on close encounters with wildlife and science! $90
Every farm has its own unique story. Learn more about Evergreen’s revolutionary start in 1780, our significance to local history, and our 10-year commitment to growing a stronger community in rural Western Maryland.