Spring 2023 Course Catalog
Classes meet each Wednesday, 10 am - 2 pm
April 19: No-See-Ums & Creepy Crawlies
All over the farm, under foot and in the air and among the plants and animals, insects and invertebrates are performing important activities that promote healthy habitat - we're investigating and learning about them!
April 26: Celebrate Swine!
It's a party with the pigs! We will be learning all about pigs and how they interact with the environment, serve to prevent food waste, and provide a very valuable presence on the farm!
May 3: Goat Dairy Farmer for a Day
Dairy goats do a lot around the farm! Aside from providing excellence in "weed" management and invasive plant control, they produce milk that can be used for making soaps, cheese, and tasty caramel treats. And we're doing it ALL at this workshop!
May 10: Green Grow the Garden Rows
We're planting and growing our garden and learning all there is about soil building. Soil tests, companion planting, composting, urban gardening options, and so much more. This workshop has a make and take to get young gardeners started regardless of "home."
May 17: Foraging & Fire
Foraging the farm for useful items is an important skill for daily stewardship. We will also be learning about the benefits of fire starting - from cooking food and providing warmth to nurturing the soil.
Check Out Other Opportunities to Visit!
See the CALENDAR for listings that include story time, workshops for all ages, summer camp, and more!
Summer Camp Session I: June 12 - 16
Click here for details about our summer camp program and a link to register.
Summer Camp Session II: June 19 - 23
Click here for details about our summer camp program and a like to register.
August 14 - 18: Humanities on The Farm
Stay tuned for more details about our on the farm humanities program featuring interactive art, literature/writing, music, and movement. A great springboard to transition into a season of more focused learning.