Farm Arts Nature Camp

I am setting up sessions and schedules for summer camp.

It’s called Farm Arts Nature Camp, F.A.N.Camp.

It will be at Windwalker Camp in Southwest Missouri, in the foothills of the Ozarks, near Neosho, MO, south of Joplin.  Our land is almost 45 acres which is very forested with a two-acre area which has been cleared for tent camping, private composting toilets, and a covered deck, cooking on a propane grill, starry nights, hiking in the woods, keeping a Naturalist Journal, and many more activities.  Take a look at the list of possibilities at   You can also check out the session dates.
I am combining all my favorite things to do, learning about animals, gardening, drawing and painting, and learning about Nature, into weekly activities while I am here in town.

I am starting to write the activity booklets for a weekly Farm Arts Nature Club.

This will help me, and you, too, if you participate, to get ready for summer camp.

You can find out about it at  Click on FAN Camp.


Summer and After School Activity Clubs

Children enjoy a variety of hands-on experiences through my Summer and After School Activity Clubs. Please join me for World of Gardening, World of Nature, My Musical Mind (introducing piano, violin, guitar), My Own Art (drawing, painting, crafts), Cook & Sew Club.

Programming for Summer

Planning for my Summer Program during the damp and cold.

Lining up places to take children during for Field Trips.   These are the places I was introduced to during Master Naturalist Interning.  LLELA  – outdoor learning center, Crosstimbers Park, Lake Ray Roberts.

My volunteer work puts me in touch with the calm and smells of earth and prairie grasses as we collect seeds.

In the afternoons during the heat, we will be indoors, learning to play piano, violin, guitar, learning to draw, paint, craft, sew,  and for short periods outside observing nature and gardening.