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Agricampus - Summer day for groups and School Campus

An holiday half-way between nature, tradition and sport

For the 2021 summer season we offer children an experience of peasant life, of knowledge of the nature that surrounds us and of animals.
The educational farm allows children to learn about genuine food and to discover how the foods that make up our diet are produced.
Our goal is to bring children closer to the countryside, teach them the rudiments of organic farming and to recognize the true flavors of foods produced according to nature with the hope that after the day, they will no longer eat stereotyped and anonymous sandwiches, asphyxiated snacks and foods frozen, but look for tasty cold cuts, fragrant cheeses, fragrant soups, genuine homemade sweets. Polenta, buckwheat bread, grape juice and organic apples will accompany their day.

1° Week- from Monday 14th to Friday 18th June 2021: 5 days from 8.30 am to 5.30 pm
2° Week- from Monday 21st to Friday 25th June 2021: 5 days from 8.30 am to 5.30 pm
3° Week- from Monday 28th June to Friday 2nd July 2021: 5 days from 8.30 am to 5.30 pm
4° Week- from Monday 5th to Friday 9th July 2021: 5 days from 8.30 am to 5.30 pm
5° Week- from Monday 12th to Friday 16st July 2021: 5 days from 8.30 am to 5.30 pm
6° Week- from Monday 19th to Friday 23rd July2021: 5 days from 8.30 am to 5.30 pm
7° Week- from Monday 26th to Friday 30th July2020: 5 days from 8.30 am to 5.30 pm
8° Week- from Monday 30th August to Friday 3rd September 2021: 5 days from 8.30 am to 5.30 pm

AGE: The AgriCampus is reserved for children aged 6 to 13
NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS: The Campus will take place with a minimum number of 10 and a maximum of 20 participants.


08:30 am – Arrival and “sweet welcome”
09:00 am – Muscle awakening (gymnastics in the meadows)
09:15 am – Educational activity in the stable and horse riding
10:15 am – Snack with food and drinks from the farm
10:30 am – Continuation of the activities
12:30 pm – Lunch with also organic dishes
2:30 pm – Animation and educational agri-food path (see description of the workshops)
3:30 pm – Life on the Farm
4:30 pm – Snack with homemade sweets and fruit
5:30 pm – See you tomorrow

The days will be organized by offering children all these activities and experiences in rotation during the weeks. The activities will be both practical and accompanied by some moments in the classroom. At the end of the week a "GAME / TEST" will be carried out, the children who pass the test will obtain the certificate of "AGRI - JUNIOR FARMER"

Life in the Farm
- Notions of fruit and vegetable cultivation with the use of a work horse
- Notions of breeding, knowledge and approach to farm animal management practices
- Notions of botany and creation of a herbarium
- Horses & donkeys: from breeding to horse riding (small lessons in the riding school and carriage ride)

Educational Laboratories “from the garden to the table”
- Cereals: from plants to seeds, flour, bread and polenta
- From grass to cheese: forage plants, cow milking, milk curdling
- Food education workshop: learn to know and cook food
- Flour and salt: bread and pizza
- Flour and salt: long pasta and filled pasta
- Flour and sugar: pastry dough
- Sweet line: fruit and jams
- Sweet and savory line: fruit and jams - vegetables and preserves
- Sweet and savory line: the sweet "furlana" crepe and the savory “gallette” with buckwheat
- Medicinal herbs: knowledge and edible use of spontaneous herbs

Craft Courses
Discovering the world of mosaic: familiarization and knowledge of mosaic art
Felt: familiarization and knowledge of the art of felt making
The art of basketry how to prepare a basket

- Walks in the Vivaro Wood
- Excursion to the Magredi grassland
- Visit to the Venante stable (Caron family) breeding of the Friuli Red Pezzata
- The "Miuta" water mill
- The Vivaro lake

Other activities
- Pool games
- Music
- English Conversation

Agricultural activities are coordinated by Donatello Trevisanutto and supported by the collaborators of the educational farm.
Equestrian activities are conducted by FISE-CONI (Federazione Italiana Sport Equestri = Italian Federation of Equestrian Sports - Comitato Olimpico Nazionale Italiano = Italian National Olympic Committee) qualified equestrian instructors.

Clothing: in addition to normal items of clothing, the following items are recommended: water bottle, windbreaker/k-way, tracksuit, cap, hiking boots or good sneakers, long socks, backpack, swimsuit, solar and insect creams.

Equestrian Clothing: cap (helmet) and gaiters are provided by the Equestrian Center

LUNCH is composed as follows:
- a first course
- second course of meat, fish or cheese
- cooked side dishes (on request also raw)
- spring water, apple juice, grape juice


PRICES for one week (5 days, from Monday to Friday)

Whole day:
€ 230,00 per week + 8,50 FISE CAMPUS LICENSE (Insurance fee)

Half day until 12.15 (without lunch):
€ 134,00 per week + 8,50 FISE CAMPUS LICENSE (Insurance fee)

Half day until 1.45pm (including lunch):
€ 174,00 per week + 8,50 FISE CAMPUS LICENSE (Insurance fee)

Half day afternoon from 1.45pm:
€ 99,00 per week (no horse riding activity)

Discount for second child: 10% discount on the second child

FISE Campus License (insurance fee): € 8,50 (valid for 2 months)



- 5 lessons of Grooming and Hippology, in the stable
- 4 lessons of approach to horse riding: saddle, vaulting and carriage
- educational workshops "from the garden to the table"
- "Life on the farm" educational animations
- excursions in the Magredi
- end of campus gift


- 5 welcome (sweet-juice) upon arrival
- 5 snacks in the morning
- 5 midday lunches
- 5 snacks in the afternoon


- food and drinks not included in the offer or between meals
- possible extra Magredi excursion: to be agreed with parents
- any dinner and overnight stays
- anything else not provided for in the offer