Girls Plant Magic


Come explore and enjoy the magic of our plant friends who surround us everyday in Vermont! Just like the plants, we will set our feet onto the earth to grow our roots, spread our leaves to play in the sun, and hold our seeds of knowledge for future growth! We have a chance to discover how plants each have their unique set of characteristics, medical properties, and other uses such as for crafts, decoration, and more. There is so much to learn from the environment around us...bring your curiosity and playfulness!

  • explore and learn about the plant world at Willowell and make new friends through fun games, guided activities and free time

  • identify common local plants (such as dandelion, plantain, mugwort, motherwort, burdock, many flowers and more)

  • learn how these plants have been used traditionally and how we can use them today

  • make special tasty sun teas

  • fashion flower and plant crowns, and other fancy adornments

  • create homes for fairies

  • discuss and consider what plants are most popular in our daily diets and how to include more!

  • gather in circle every day for sharing and listening

  • have fun!

No participants will be turned away for lack of funds. Please inquire for alternate pricing or a payment plan. 


August 5-9

9:00 AM - 3:00 PM




Stoney Meadow Lane
Monkton, VT 05443

camp size

12 Girls




Complete the 2019 Willowell Summer Camp Registration Form Online:



I. Make checks payable to the Willowell Foundation, and mail to PO Box 314, Bristol, VT 05443 (preferred).

II. Pay through PayPal. Please add a $10 processing fee to tuition total when paying online. Enter name of camp and campers name in “description.”

Applications and full tuition is due one month 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:

Mindy Blank:

Mindy is an enthusiastic community organizer, educator, and trained herbalist with a deep passion for helping people form relationships with the natural world. She completed an apprenticeship with Spoonful Herbals in Burlington, has worked with Cloud Forest Botanicals in Boquete, Panama, periodically since 2012, and practices Amazonian and northern Andean healing traditions. Mindy is the Executive Director of Community Resilience Organizations, a nonprofit that provides resources for communities to collectively thrive and enhance resilience for challenges that lie ahead, with focus on climate change impacts and increasing social connectivity.