Camp Umoja provides real-life exposure to youth and community environmental education.

Your donation will help with camp ground maintenance, hurricane recovery activities, youth education and environmental exposure programs, classroom visitations and lectures, field trips and research projects. In exchange for your assistance we will include your name or brand on our website and in our award-winning youth activities and video programming.

Be a Part of Something Green.

• Assist with youth Eco-tours •
• Contribute to Citizen Scientist environmental research •
• Develop youth careers in science and exploration •
• Build the first interactive image library of V.I. Wildlife •
• Produce original V.I. nature documentaries and Eco-shorts •
• Encourage Eco-awareness and cooperation as a path to V.I. economic success •
• Grow our S.E.E.R. (Science, Education, Exploration and Research) Program •


Our non-profit environmental heritage activities are overseen by a volunteer Board of Directors including active and retired educators.
Programs and activities are created and conducted by our U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) award winners.

Anna Francis: Camp Umoja’s & the Environmental Rangers’ Founding Director and retired V.I. teacher,, is an EPA Environmental Quality Award Winner.

Karl Callwood, the Camp’s Environmental Heritage Researcher and Promoter and operator of, is a 2017 EPA Region 2 Environmental Champion … the highest Environmental Protection Agency public award.

Camp Umoja and the Environmental Rangers
is a Virgin Islands Registered Non-Profit, Djabana’s Kuumba Campground Inc.

The Camp Umoja Mission

“The basic mission of Camp Umoja is to provide a location where the community from newborn to our elders can come and just commune with nature. Be at One. Be at peace with nature. Learn to appreciate, to become invigorated with, all that is here for us to enjoy. Our motto is ‘Unity with Nature Promotes Unity Among Men’“.       
~ Anna Wallace Francis, Founding Director

The Mission

“To discover nature and increase and inspire the general knowledge, awareness and education of residents and visitors regarding the uniqueness and diversity of the Virgin Islands environment and the impact of human use”.

The Environmental Rangers Motto

“Youth Choosing the Path to Protect and Preserve”


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