On the Farm learning...
Join us for our newest ACE program that offers Community Enrichment learning for ages 2 – 19 years old located at our “Our on the Farm” location. Students will be divided into age groups working through hands-on classes/workshops that will teach Pioneer Skills, Livestock/Farming Skills, and Life Skills. Students will be immersed in hands on programs as they learn through doing: they will build a garden, tend to animals, learn how to preserve food, build a greenhouse, milk goats, learn how to care for animals, build animal enclosures, make soap, and much more. Space is limited on a first come, first serve basis. Don't miss out on this unique opportunity to learn valuable skills that stay with your student for a lifetime.
Your students day of learning will be packed full of important life skills preparing them for a self sufficient life style.
9:00am - 9:15am: Check-in
9:15am - 12:00pm: Farm School Programs
12:00pm – 12:30pm: Lunch & Free Play
(students should bring their own nut free packed lunch)
Students must be picked up by 12:30pm unless staying for the afternoon Farm hand program.
Session dates are as followed:
Wednesday, January 25th
Wednesday, February 1st
Wednesday, February 8th
Wednesday, February 15th
Wednesday, February 22nd
Wednesday, March 1st
Wednesday, March 8th
Wednesday, March 15th
Wednesday, April 5th
Wednesday, April 12th
Wednesday, April 19th
Wednesday, April 26th
Wednesday, May 3rd
Wednesday, May 10th
Pricing & Enrollment:
14-week commitment required. You can attend as little or as much as you like but must pay for all workshops.
Spring Farm School is $500.00 for the entire 14 weeks and includes all supplies – an amazing deal! Payment options are available: $100.00 due during registration, $100.00 due on December 1st, $100.00 due on January 1st, $100.00 due on February 1st, and $100.00 due on March 1st. Fee for supplies that we provide, is rolled into the pricing.
***SPRING 2023 ENROLLMENT IS NOW OPEN***
To enroll, e-mail email@example.com. Include Students name, Students DOB, Parent Name and Parent E-mail address in e-mail to receive request for registration forms and payment. Your spot is not held until your payment and completed forms have both been received.
- Garden Gloves
- Farm Gloves
- Coats, Hats, Scarves, Gloves, and other cold weather attire to stay warm during cold days
- Rain Jacket for rainy days
- Refillable Water Bottle
- Backpack to keep all their things in
- Boots for wearing throughout the farm. Rain boots or work boots will do. They will get muddy, dirty and step in lots of poop!
Parents: This is a farm program, dressing weather appropriate is very important. We may be outside during very cold temps, rain, snow, and other weather conditions.