Buy a special gift for your loved one! In Eat Like a Locavore you will learn about, and cook like, a Locavore. A great class to share with friends and family! We will work with you to determine nutritional interests, dietary restrictions and class date/time. For groups between 4-12 people. Led by Asst Farm Dir Audrey, cook extraordinaire!
February Vacation Farmers (Ages 5-10 )
Experience the Farm in winter. Care for the animals, enjoy the warmth of the greenhouse, learn winter crafts, make yummy treats and explore winter in the woods. You'll be part of the opening maple sugaring season. Help tap the sugar maples if the weather is right.
February Vacation Work Experience (Ages 11-14)
Middle school students are invited to join the Farm staff during February vacation to help with our maple sugaring operation, work in the greenhouses, care for the animals and their new arrivals, and help with maintenance.
After School in the Woods (Grades k-4)
Let's reclaim our woods for afternoon play and exploration. There will be time for hikes, wood working and building shelters. Memorial students will be walked over from Memorial by Farm staff. No program on Early Release days.
Early Morning Dropoff (Grades k-4)
Join us at the Farm for the Early Morning Drop Off progam! We will feed one of the animal groups then warm up by the fire before heading over to school. Dropoff starts at 7:30am and we walk over to Memorial around 8:40am.
Afterschool Farmers (Grades k-4)
This program will involve students in our everyday Farm operations, farm animal chores to harvesting, to putting our gardens to bed. Memorial students will be walked over from Memorial staff. Please indicate in the "notes" section of the online registration if you child is from Memorial. No program on Early Release days.
Farming for Homeschoolers (ages 5-10)
Throughout the 2019/2020 school year we will offer a Tuesday morning program for homeschoolers at the Farm. Each morning the children will be involved in our everyday Farm operations, from animal chores to harvesting, to putting our gardens to bed. This is a drop-off program.
Gnomes on the Farm
Wake the animals up, help the Farmers give water to, and feed, the animals, and gather eggs. Then spend some time in the forest, where free play is the order of the day, and where exploration and imagination guide the activities! This is a dropoff program.
Farming for Home Schoolers (Ages 11-14)
This opportunity for middle-school-aged youth is all about working together to solve problems creatively and to contribute meaningfully to the Farm's mission. These intrepid students participate in every aspect of the farming seasons, from harvesting in the fall, to sugaring in the winter, to planting in the spring. Join us in growing people while growing food!
Winter/Spring Farming for Homeschoolers (Ages 11-14)
This opportunity for middle school aged youth is all about working together to solve problems creatively and contribute meaningfully to the Farm's mission. These intrepid students participate in every aspect of the farming season, from harvesting in the fall to sugaring in the winter, to planting in the spring. Join us in growing people while growing food.