A five-day intensive course in the state of Washington for forward-thinking women of any age who are interested in becoming farmers or ranchers. (Camps are generally held in June and again in August, but then COVID - so be sure to check!). Can you think of anything cooler than that?
Soil Centric's Pro Tip
Our friend Judy says, "go all in and do the camping thing. You can stay in a nearby hotel and while you might look more refreshed than those sleeping in tents, there is something special about learning about animals and caring for the land and then sleeping outside and waking up to light rising over the pastures and seeing and hearing the sheep or horses (or cattle, depending on where you are.) Plus, there’s all the off-hours chatting, laughing and singing. It’s very casual—you're sharing two bathrooms with a family in the house—but it’s super good-spirited and worth rolling with it."