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As part of the Homegrown National Park Project, the David Suzuki Foundation is excited to announce our first-ever overnight camp out in the city, the Homegrown Jamboree, this summer.

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In partnership with Fort York, on August 9 and 10, we'll be inviting 20 families to join our Homegrown Park Rangers for a night of camping on the grounds of the national historic site, located in the heart of downtown Toronto.

The cost for the Homegrown Jamboree is $60 per family, including meals, kid-friendly activities, campfires, ghost walks and more.

Each family will need to provide their own tents and sleeping bags. Equipment can be rented from MEC, or better yet, borrowed from campers in your networks.

If your family is interested in participating in the Homegrown Jamboree, please fill out our simple registration form below. As the Homegrown Jamboree will be limited to 20 families, we encourage you to apply early — and be sure to let us know why you think your troop of happy campers is keen to join us!

July 22, 2014

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