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Books about Natureplay_arrow

Nature-based books – recommended by Camp Fire staff – to keep you entertained while staying indoors.

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Mindfulness Exerciseplay_arrow

In addition to relieving stress and anxiety, mindfulness can help promote focus, empathy, and curiosity – something we could all benefit from during these uncertain times. Today on the blog, as part of our month of sharing Camp Fire Minnesota curriculum that you can practice at home, we have a mindfulness exercise that can easily be adapted to any age group.

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A Building that Reflects our Valuesplay_arrow

As we start planning our year and looking towards the summer, we’d like to provide an update on construction progress.

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Meet Chloeplay_arrow

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2019: A Year In Reviewplay_arrow

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Meet Andreaplay_arrow

“Camp Fire is a safe and open place for kids to be kids and to experience nature,” says Andrea Koller, who volunteers for Camp Fire Minnesota.

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Meet Taliaplay_arrow

She grew as a leader through Camp Fire.

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How to make Biodegradable soapplay_arrow

In part 2 of our 3-part series on water quality, we’re inviting you to get involved by making biodegradable soap!

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Meet the 2019 Counselors-in-Trainingplay_arrow

We asked a handful of this summer’s CITs why Tanadoona is special to them. Read what they had to say.

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10 Reasons to Get Excited about our New Community & Dining Centerplay_arrow

We’re so excited to start construction on the new Community & Dining Center and think you will be too.

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Water Quality: Riverside & Tanadoonaplay_arrow

The first in our 3-part blog series on water quality.

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Advice for First-time Campersplay_arrow

How Will Shelton, Camp Director, prepares his own first-time camper for summer camp.

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Meet Julie Richardsplay_arrow

Julie will be working closely with program staff and local communities to grow our current offerings and co-create new programs.

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Capital Conversationplay_arrow

Marnie Wells and Shawn Wischmeier talk about the Capital Campaign.

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Owl Adaptationsplay_arrow

We asked Katy Konrad, our former Outdoor Programs Manager, to share one of our winter lesson plans!

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Books about Natureplay_arrow

Recommended by Camp Fire Minnesota staff.

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A Year in Reviewplay_arrow

2018 was a big year for Camp Fire Minnesota. Read about what we were able to accomplish thanks to our supporters.

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Meet Mike Nelsonplay_arrow

He supports Camp Fire through marshmallows.

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Meet the Architectsplay_arrow

We sat down with the architects behind Tanadoona’s new Community & Dining Center to talk about the building, their inspiration, and the design process.

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Meet the Counselors-in-Trainingplay_arrow

Part counselor, part camper, our Counselors-in-Training are valuable leaders in the Tanadoona community.

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An Outdoor Classroomplay_arrow

Take an inside look at our Field Trip program!

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Meet Nature Katyplay_arrow

Meet Katy, Camp Fire Minnesota’s Resident Naturalist Katy Konrad has loved nature since she was a child. As the daughter of a conservation officer, Katy, also known as “Goose” at Tanadoona, grew up “being outside all the time, going for hikes, being on boats — doing all things outside.” One particular incident from Katy’s childhood … Continued

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They Met at Campplay_arrow

Camp is a place where someone found their best friend or connected with someone they might never have met otherwise. Just ask Dave and Sandy Kvamme.

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A Family Matterplay_arrow

Meet Dezzie, Trianna, and Luchianna. Each share a unique connection to Camp Fire.

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