Here is the Land

Here is the sky

Here are my friends

and here am I

We stand today on this land

with gratitude

We walk hand in hand

We say “Thank you”

For letting us share

The Land you love

We will do our best to take care

Camp Namanu offers gratitude for the 552 acres of land, for those who have stewarded it for generations, and for the opportunity to study, learn, work, and be in community in this place. We are grateful to the Molalla, Kalapuya, Chinook and Clackamas tribes.

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