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The following farm-based education programs are available for schools, families, and  youth groups. Specialized workshops are also available upon request.

Sow to Grow (Spring Session) - This is a three visit program provided to schools. Learning is by doing! Program includes seeding, transplanting, harvesting and salad making. This can be tailored to a one visit activity for other groups. This program is generally for grades 4 - 8.

Seed Saving (Fall & Winter) - This program can be performed on-site or our farm educators can bring the program to your school. Learn how to process harvested seed over the winter or explore the farm and harvest seeds right from the flowers in the fall. This program is generally for grades 4 - 8.

What's the Buzz? All about Bees - Visit our hives and talk with beekeepers and our farmers about the importance of these productive insects. This program is appropriate for ages 7 through adult.

Composting, Tending and Cultivating Healthy Plants - Meet our compost expert and learn why the earthworm is the farmer's best friend and why compost is called "black gold".

Nature Art: Art on the Farm / Painting  - Activities include but are not limited to mosaic making, crafting "bug hotels", making natural dyes for fabric and tee shirts, and pressing herbs, flowers and leaves for cards.

Herbology - Visit our herb garden and learn about herbs and their special properties.

Bugs - Explore the work of insects as they live with our plants. Build a "bug hotel", and explore how they keep the plants healthy.

Adult Education - Enjoy an En Plein Air day of painting or art sketching at the farm and create an art journal of nature observations. (No experience is necessary.)

Other  - Specialized workshops are available upon request.

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