Due to COVID-19, these programs have been cancelled
ClearWater staff are experts in setting up a space for teenagers to explore their capacity to develop a personal relationship with the natural world, and to co-create programs that have meaning for them. On the road to this end we will be training the next generation of foresters, foragers, growers and outdoor educators, to use their senses, work with hand tools and natural materials and, to develop confidence, self-awareness, collaboration, leadership and love of place.
Spoon Carving Club
Spoon Carving Club invites youth of all experience levels in carving to come and enjoy an evening of carving spoons around an open fire. Practice basic carving techniques and the safe use of hand tools including saws, drawknives and hand drills. You will also have the opportunity to learn the basics of green woodworking, from taking down trees in a safe group setting to processing and making a spoon.
|Cost:||$20 drop in per session or
$85 with pre-registration
|2020 Dates:||5 Monday evenings once a month
(Feb 24, March 30, April 27, May 25, June 8)
|Time:||6:00 – 8:00 pm|
Leaders in Training
Leaders in Training will develop hands-on and leadership skills and the self confidence to become outdoor educators who connect children to nature and cultivate an appreciation for the outdoors. This training will encourage youth to be their authentic selves and let their unique passions and skills shine and let that be the guide to engage with younger camp children in the natural world. This program is ideal for youth who have previously attended Clearwater Farm summer camp and who want to progress toward a leadership role within the camp environment; but will consider outside candidates with relevant experience. Interested applicants should contact
|Cost:||$25 per session|
|2020 Dates:||Must attend all sessions on
March 18, April 5, May 3, June 29-July 3, August 31