Febrauary Break Camp: Camp Snow Fire

Willowell Summer Camps

Camp Snow Fire: a February break camp for kids ages 8-12

February 20th-24th 8:30 am-4:30 pm  


Join Camp Snow Fire over February break and come explore the natural wonders of The Willowell Foundation’s 230-acre property in Monkton, VT. Children will learn and play throughout Willowell’s forest, fields, and wetlands. Our activities will keep us warm as we learn from and explore the land. Some of our activities will include learning to build igloos, animal tracking, learning to start and tend fires, and engaging in winter-inspired hand-crafts and games. Join us as we discover our own inner flame, learn how people of the North have thrived on this land for centuries and follow the curiosity nature evokes in us.


When: Monday – Friday, 8:30 AM-4:30 PM

Where:  The Willowell Land in Monkton, VT.

Ages: 8-12

Cost: $270

Camp Size: 12



Register by January 30th, 2017

Complete the 2017 Willowell Camp Registration Form Online: Camp Snow Fire Registration 

Payment options:

1) Make checks payable to the Willowell Foundation, and mail to address above (preferred).

2) Pay through PayPal. Please enter name of camp and campers name in description.

Applications and full tuition are due 3 weeks before the camp start date.

To reserve a space now, please fill out the online application and mail your non-refundable $50 deposit.  Deposit counts towards full tuition.


Lizzie Bogosian:

Hi! My name is Lizzie Bogosian. As far as I can remember, I’ve had an enthusiasm for the outdoors and education. As a kid, I had a yearning to learn about the natural world— a guiding life theme. For over 10 years, I have worked with children in various photo-1-8educational settings, as well as taken several workshops to deepen my work with youth. I run a summer camp called Girls Camp Connect and an after school program called Girls Circle at the Wheeler Nature Park in South Burlington. What I love most about being in nature with children is witnessing and harnessing the natural curiosity that bubbles to the surface when in the presence of the elements. As a facilitator, I have the amazing job of being on a learning journey together with youth to see what nature has to offer and teach us. Being in nature allows us to be exactly ourselves!

Colin Bradley:

My name is Colin Bradley and I work to facilitate connection with Nature and community. I studied liberally at the University of Vermont. I have graduated Metta Earth’s EcoPsychology and Leadership Training Program. I have taken numerous other workshops and classes to bolster my ability to Mentor in Nature. I aimagem Camp Director of Nature Camps for the South Burlington Parks and Rec. I work for ReTribe Forest School as a Mentor. I also mentor children to develop earth-based skills outside, leading them to be more comfortable and safe when adventuring. My passion with working with kids specifically is to empower them with in a natural setting, beginning and strengthening a relationship with Mother Earth that feels inviting and fun, rather than boring and stifling.