Summer Camps

Looking for something to do this summer?! Discover 2020 Ag Summer Camps

2020 Summer Camps

Ag in the Classroom Summer Teacher tours

All 2020 Summer Teacher Tours will be virtual. 

Please consider attending yourself and share this information with the K-12 educators in your school district.  The goal of the MAITC Summer Teacher Tours is to provide first-hand experience with agriculture and access to FREE ag-themed, standards-based resources.  We would love to have you, and a few of your non-ag-teaching educator friends, join us for one or more tours this summer! Additional details and registration information can be found at Ag in the classroom summer tours.

Dates: All tours will run 9am- 11am

  • June 23rd, Farm to Fork
  • June 30th, School Gardens
  • July 14th, Minnesota Trees and Timber
  • July 21st, Crops and Honey


2020 Explore STEAgM Day Camp

Agriculture keeps the world fed, provides raw materials, and even fuels your car. Take time to explore how agriculture affects you from your backyard to the supermarket and every step in-between. Hosted in Partnership with the Minnesota Center of Agricultural Excellence this camp takes you on an exploration of Agriculture in Mankato, MN. Get your hands dirty as you explore the garden and discover what is growing or roll up your sleeves as you make your own butter. This hands-on experience takes you right into the exciting world of Agriculture.

WHO: Any Youth Entering the 6th – 9th Grade
WHEN: July 20-23
WHERE: Minnesota State University, Mankato and South Central College
COST: $245 ($220 with Multi-camp Discount) includes program fee, t-shirt, string backpack, all materials, snacks, and lunches.

For more details and to register go to



E3 Workshops

Energy Education for Educators

June 8- 9: MN West Community College; Pipestone Campus

June 15 -16: Lake Superior College; Duluth        



Minnesota Farmers Union Summer Leadership Camp

All MN Farmers Unions summer camps have been cancelled for 2020

Leadership Camp is affordable and open to everyone, regardless of your current or past farming background. It’s all about helping young people become good citizens by planting the seeds of responsibility, leadership, and cooperation in an environment where those qualities can grow and flourish.

Campers have opportunities to develop these qualities through some of the simple, day-to-day tasks at camp. These activities provide a common foundation for all campers to share the responsibility of making camp a fun, safe place to be and are the foundation of developing cooperation skills that can last a lifetime. To learn more and to register visit