Ecojustice Camp, a week-long day camp sponsored by UUCPA, believes that humans can have a positive impact on each other, and on the natural world. Ecojustice Camp is a time for campers to feel a part of the interdependent web of all life. See the camp Web site for photos and more info about activities: ecojusticecamp.org
This year Ecojustice Camp will run from June 15-19. There’s a half-day camp for rising gr. 1-2 (completing gr. K-1 in June). For rising gr. 3-9 (completing gr. 2-8), there’s a full day camp from 9-3, with a long day on Wednesday for a field trip (till 4 p.m.), and an overnight on Thursday evening. Rising grade 9 can be Counselors-in-training (CITs).
Core adult staff are Lorraine Kostka and Dan Harper, directors for gr. 2-8; Kris Geering, director for gr. K-2; Mike Abraham, business manager; Jenny Robertson, Carol Steinfeld, and Tobi Nielsen (Tobi is from the Sunnyvale UU Fellowship).
For rates and registration: ecojusticecamp.org/rates