Koviashuvik Local Living School Upcoming
2020 Program Schedule

Programs through June are cancelled or delayed due to Covid-19. You are welcome to register for summer programs; we will refund in full if we have to cancel due to the virus. Our May Wild Edibles class will be available on video at no charge. Stay safe!
Wild Greens for the Common Table
(see description and photos)
Date and Time: Saturday May 9th, 9:30 am- 2:00PM
Cancelled, we will make the information available on video

Bioregionalism, Resilience and Active Hope, an Antioch New England Field Study Trip
Dates: May 17-22

Koviashuvik Simple Life Apprenticeship
(see description and photos)
Dates: 5 weeks, May 4- June 5
Cost: $1000

Maine Fiddlehead Festival
(see Fiddlehead website)
A celebration of local food, crafts demonstrations.

Koviashuvik Open Homestead!
Dates TBD

Camp Koviashuvik
(see description and photos)
Build a home of sticks and leaves, drink pure water from a spring, kindle fire from friction, carve a bow and arrow from a sapling, bake bread from acorns, sleep on a mountain top and find the North Star. Welcome to Camp Koviashuvik, a six day overnight camp for "wild" kids who want to make friends with the earth and each other.
We begin the week at Koviashuvik Base Camp living in the Earth Lodge. We will learn to carve spoons and bows, gather food from the garden and the wild, cook on an open fire, and walk silently through the woods. On day 4 we will depart into the wild, wandering the nearby mountains and streams, gathering food and making fire from friction. The last two nights will be spent sleeping in shelters that we build, and living wild and free. We will search for porcupines, track the beaver, and swim in hidden ponds. 
Ages: 10 - 13
Cost : $550 dollars per camper
Dates: (overnight program)
Sunday July 12th, 1:30 pm through Saturday July 18th, 11:30am

Family Sustainability Stays: two different options, the same great program!
A Custom-fit, Three or Five Day Educational Vacation
(see description and photos)
We have two Family Stay offerings, the "Custom Family Stay" and the "Small Family Shared Experience Family Stay." If you are looking for a getaway with just your family, or perhaps your family and another with whom you'd like to come, the Custom Family Stay is for you. You will know all the participants, and we will be able to tailor the program to your specific interests. If you enjoy meeting new people and three members or less of your family will be attending, you could consider the Shared Experience Family Stay, a more affordable option for small families and a chance to make new friends! We will include some of your chosen activities along with those of the other families.

Dates (choose one): Please note, most of these dates have the option of expanding into a five-day program if that better suites your family, just let us know if you are interested in learning more.

Custom Family Stay:
(can be 3 or 5 days)
July 8-10
July 27-29 open
Aug. 2-4 open
Aug. 11-13 open
And 4-season dates are available! (Inquire for fall-through-spring possibilities.)

Shared Experience Family Stay:(3 days only)
Aug. 7-9

Time:10:00am of the first day through midafternoon of the last day
Custom Family Stay Three-day Program Cost: $995* for a single-family experience, $795* each for two or three families that choose to come together
Custom Family Stay Five-day Program Cost: $1495* for a single-family experience, $1295* each for two or three families that choose to come together
Shared Experience Family Stay (Three-day only): $195 per person
All meals and snacks are provided, all organic and mostly homegrown!

Common Ground Fair:
Koviashuvik will be presenting acorn processing,
spatula carving classes, and an
interactive children's table!
(see MOFGA website)
Dates: September 25-27

Processing Acorns Into Flour
(see description, photos, and an acorn nutritional analysis!)
Date: Saturday, Oct. 10th, 10:00am-noon
Cost: FREE
Please note the location of this class will be in the town of Farmington, at the gazebo park!

Packbasket Weaving Weekend
(see description and photos)
Date and Time: 9:30am Saturday, November 14th through mid-afternoon Sunday, November 15th 
Cost: $325*, all meals and snacks provided, all organic and mostly homegrown

*Tuitions subject to meals and lodging tax for overnight programs.
Please see here for explanation and more information.