Address: Dylan Wilson, Program Director, Edible Schoolyard Kern County
Phone: (661) 241-7047
Email: [email protected]
Edible schoolyard kern county opens
Enrollment for summer camp
Bakersfield, CA (April 18, 2022) – Enrollment is open for the Edible Schoolyard Kern County (ESYKC) 2022 Summer Camp program. ESYKC will accept students until they reach capacity. Summer Camp combines ESYKC’s hands-on learning environment in garden and kitchen classrooms with an unmatched educational experience that integrates food cultivation, nutrition and edible education.
“I love watching our students come alive in the kitchen,” said ESYKC Program Director Dylan Wilson. “There’s nothing like the inspiration and discovery in their eyes as they slice, mix and cook using ingredients they’ve helped grow and harvest.”
Families can enroll their students in their choice of three Summer Camp sessions. Each session is open to students who will be enrolled in second through sixth grade in Fall 2022. Each session includes five days of half-day instruction:
- Session 1: Monday, June 6 – Friday, June 10, 8:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
- Session 2 : Monday, June 13 – Friday, June 17, 8:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
- Session 3: Monday, June 20 – Friday, June 24, 8:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
An unparalleled, hands-on learning experience
Outdoors, students learn the basics of gardening and the seed-to-table cycle in the Garden Classroom. Campers also spend time indoors in the Kitchen Classroom where they learn to cook recipes that use fresh produce from the garden.
- Adults can register their children at https://bit.ly/3Ke1jXb
- Students who will be enrolled in second through sixth grade during Fall 2022 may attend
- The cost is $350 per camper and includes snacks, lunches, materials, a t-shirt, etc.
About Edible Schoolyard Kern County
Edible Schoolyard Kern County (ESYKC) provides hands-on learning and sensory experiences to students through our garden and kitchen classroom programs, community events and educational partnerships. ESYKC is a program of the Grimm Family Education Foundation, a nonprofit organization that works with students, teachers and parents to support initiatives that improve education and community wellness in Kern County.