Childcare | Teen Space


The MOSES Conference is a family-friendly event! Admission for children 3-17 is $40/day, which includes breakfast, lunch, and snacks.

Children under age 3 are free and do not need to be registered. Out of respect for other conference attendees and the recording service, we request that parents keep children quiet and well supervised during workshop sessions.

We offer childcare for no additional fee for children ages 3-12, and a Teen Space for those age 12 and older. While you’re attending workshops, your kids will be busy crafting, playing games, and doing special projects in our childcare program or with other teens (scroll down for details).

All children ages 3-17 who will be coming into the conference must register. Child/teen scholarships are available.



Ages 3-12

Hours Open:

Friday:   7:45 a.m.-12:40 p.m.; 1:45 – 5:15 p.m.
Saturday:   7:45 a.m. – 12:40 p.m.; 1:45 – 4:45 p.m.
Closed for Lunch – Parents must collect kids.

No childcare is available on Thursday.


Bean Voz |  High school teacher with additional training in outdoor education. She has been organizing childcare at the conference for years. You can reach her at 608-638-3466 or email

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Teen Space

Ages 12+ (drop in—no sign up needed)


Friday:       8 a.m.-7 p.m.
Saturday:  8 a.m.-6 p.m.

Teen-aged conference attendees have a place of their own at the MOSES Conference. This year, we welcome the staff of Wisconsin Farmers Union’s Kamp Kenwood to lead Youth Space. Their programming is focused on cooperative philosophy, leadership skills, building friendships, and learning about the importance of family farmers and strong communities in our world. Teens can enjoy a break from school to learn, have fun, or just hang out with other teens. Guest educators will be leading interactive and educational opportunities throughout the Conference, as well. All interested teens are welcome to come, make friends, relax, participate, learn, and have fun!

Teen Space is hosted by:

Cathy Statz  |  Cathy is the Education Director of the Wisconsin Farmers Union (WFU) headquartered in Chippewa Falls, Wis. She coordinates a variety of cooperative education programs for WFU members and the general public including the WFU Summer Camp Program at Kamp Kenwood and the National Farmers Union College Conference on Cooperatives. Cathy grew up on a dairy farm near Sauk Prairie, Wis. and values the development of cooperative leadership in the next generation.

Check back before the conference for a schedule of Teen Space activities.

No matter your pace, you’re welcome at Teen Space!

Follow Youth Space on Social Media at: #MOSESyouth


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