Nature needs the next generation of environmental leaders to be ready. The goal of Mass Audubon's Environmental Leadership for Teens (ELT) program is to equip and encourage teens to be effective environmental advocates, learn about civic action, and be conservation leaders in their homes and communities. During each 1-week session, camp educators will guide teens as they develop leadership and community-building skills and support them as they develop their own style and voice as environmental leaders. Each group of ELT participants will also focus on learning about and taking action on an environmental challenge or environmental justice issue and how to best apply their communitybuilding and leadership skills to make a positive impact on their community and the world. Each week the ELTs will also get their hands dirty on-site while learning about Moose Hill's farming program and issues around food justice.