Our farm educational programs are intended to expose children and adults to real farm life, from our organic vegetable production to our heritage breed animals and sustainable practices. Classes meet under the white tent behind the Farmstand. In the event of rain, we will hold classes either in a greenhouse or under our tent. Participants should wear farm appropriate clothes including closed-toe shoes or boots, clothes you don’t mind getting dirty, and wear sunscreen and bug spray. Classes are open to the general public.
Farm School for The Very Young (ages 3-5)
Introduces children to harvesting veggies. Each day, children will visit our education garden to learn about and harvest a different fruit or vegetable they can take home with them. Other hands-on activities may include: planting seeds, farm games, crafts, nature walks and more. $75/session.
Session 3: August 9 - August 23rd
Saturdays and Wednesdays 9:30 am - 10:30 am
Farm Adventures (ages 8-12)
For older adventurers, we will embark on a jam-packed journey exploring our food system from seed to harvest to belly! Daily farming challenges and hands-on-activities will include sheep shifting, bread making, egg collecting, farm animal care, crop care, and farm-based games. At the end of the week we will celebrate with a mini farm-to-table meal. $175/session.
Session 1: August 4 - August 8, 9:00am - 11:30am
To register for any program, please read and understand our Summer Program Guidelines.
Then, print and complete the Registration Form and send it in with your payment in full.