Public Programs

Priority member registration for summer programs is open! Open registration for summer programs begins Monday, March 11 at 8 am.

Renew or join now at the Crofter level or above to get access to early registration and program discounts. 

Public Programs offer people of all ages wonderful opportunities to experience the farm. Programs are organized by season and age level. We offer morning and afternoon, home school, after school, school vacation week, and summer programs.

HAVE QUESTIONS? REACH OUT TO [email protected]

After School Farmers

This program will involve students in our everyday Farm operations, from animals chores to harvest to putting our gardens to bed. Memorial students will be walked over from Memorial by Farm staff. (Please indicate in the “Notes” section of the online registration if your child is from Memorial.) There are no classes on Natick Early Release days.

Farming for Homeschoolers

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!

February Vacation Farmers

February Vacation Farmers (grades k-4)

Experience the Farm in the 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. If the weather is right, you’ll help tap sugar maples!

 

February Vacation Work Experience (grades 5-8)

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 our animals and their new arrivals, and help with maintenance.

Friday Farm Time

It’s Friday Farm time! Join one of our Forest Gnome teachers as we work and have fun on the Farm. Experience a taste of Gnome life as we spend half the day as Farmers caring for and feeding the animals, and half the day exploring the woods with lots of time for child-directed play. This is an outdoor program that runs in all weather and combines the best of Farm and forest time! A snack is included and the cost is incorporated into the program fee. Come dressed in weather-  appropriate gear for a morning full of outdoor play and Farm activities! 

Outdoor explore and Play Group (Ages 1.5-3.5 with a caregiver)

Join our dynamic play group which focuses on outdoor free-play and exploration, community building and connection to the natural world. When registering, please indicate the age of your child and who will accompany the child in the ‘note’ section.

S Day Dates Times Price/M Price

01 Mon Apr 1-29 3-4pm $72/$60

02 Mon May 6-Jun 3 3-4pm $72/$60

(No class Apr 15, May 27)

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Gnomes on the Farm – Spring (ages 3-5)

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 drop-off program.

S Day Dates Times Price/M Price

01 Fri Mar 22-Jun 7 9am-12pm $594/$495

Little Hands in the Soil (Ages 3-5)

We are looking for little hands to help us take care of our “Toddler’s Garden”. We will plant and mulch, rake and water, cultivate and decorate – just like big gardeners.

S Day Dates Time Price/M Price

01A Thu May 9-30 10:30-11:30 am $72/$60

01B Thu May 9-30 1:30-2:30 pm $72/$60

Baby Stars at the Farm (Ages 3-5)

Get to know bunnies, kids, lambs, chicks and piglets through watching, touching and storytelling. Each week will feature one animal. We will meet the animals and read a story.

S Day Dates Times Price/M Price

01A Mon Apr 1-29 10:30-11:30 am $72/$60

01B Mon Apr 1-29 1:30-2:30 pm $72/$60

(No class on Apr 15)

Chicken and Egg (ages 3-5)

Meet a chicken. We will learn what they really love to eat and feed them. If we’re quiet, we can hold one. Then we’ll hunt for eggs in the nesting boxes.

01 Wed Apr 10 9:00-10:00 am $18/$15

02 Wed May 1 9:00-10:00 am $18/$15

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Chore Time (Ages 3-5)

Come down to the Farm and wake the animals up. Help the Farm feed and water the animals and gather the eggs.

S Day Dates Times Price/M Price

01 Mon Apr 1-29 9:00-10:00 am $72/$60

02 Thu Apr 4-May 2 9:00-10:00 am $72/$60

03 Mon May 6-Jun 3 9:00-10:00 am $72/$60

04 Thu May 9-30 9:00-10:00 am $72/$60

(No class Apr 15,16,18 or May 27)

Farm Activities and Crafts (Ages 3-5)

Let’s discover the Farm in beautiful spring and do farm projects and activities around the season – from sowing seeds, to creating a Farm project, and gathering flowers.

S Day Dates Times Price/M Price

01A Thu Apr 4-May 2 10:30 am-11:30 am $72/$60

01B Thu Apr 4-May 2 1:30-2:30 pm $72/$60

Got Milk (Ages 3-5)

Have you ever milked a goat? Spend some time with our milking friends! Does chocolate milk really come from brown cows? Come see and taste what we can make with milk!

S Day Dates Times Price/M Price

01 Wed May 22 9:00-10:00 am $18/$15

Hop with the Bunnies (Ages 3-5)

Spend some time learning about these warm, fuzzy little creatures. How they live in the wild and how we care for them at home.

S Day Dates Times Price/ M Price

01 Wed Apr 24 9:00-10:00 am $18/$15

02 Wed May 8 9:00-10:00 am $18/$15

Let’s Play!

May 7, from 12-2pm at the Natick Community Organic Farm
For parents and caregivers and their children (preschool through elementary)
A “hands on” program with ideas on how parents can engage their children through the world of play. Facilitated by licensed psychotherapist Pam Stich, this program will take place (weather permitting) outside at Natick’s local gem (and natural playground), the Natick Community Organic Farm. Lead Sponsors: Natick Community Organic Farm and SPARK Kindness. Registration for this program takes place through SPARK Kindness.

Afterschool Farmers (Grades K-4)

This program will involve students in our everyday Farm operations, from animal chores to harvesting, to putting our gardens to bed. Memorial students will be walked over from Memorial by Farm staff. Please indicate in the “Notes” section of the online registration if your child is from Memorial. No program on Natick Early Release days.

S Day Dates Times Price/M Price

01A Mon Apr 8-Jun 3 3:15-4:45 pm $189/$158

01B Mon Apr 8-Jun 3 3:15-5:15 pm $252/$210

02A Tue Mar 19-Jun 4 3:15-4:45 pm $297/$248

02B Tue Mar 19-Jun 4 3:15-5:15 pm $396/$330

03A Thu Mar 21-Jun 6 3:15-4:45 pm $270/$225

03B Thu Mar 21-Jun 6 3:15-5:15 pm $360/$300

(No program on Natick Early Release days, and Apr 15, Apr 16, Apr 18, May 27.)

Afterschool 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 Natick Early Release Days.

S Day Dates Time Price/M Price

03A Wed Mar 27-Jun 5 3:15-4:45 pm $216/$180

03B Wed Mar 27-Jun 5 3:15-5:15 pm $288/$240

(No program on Natick Early Release Days – Mar 13, Apr 3, Apr 10, Apr 17, May 27)

April Vacation Farmers (K-4)

Experience the Farm in the 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. If the weather is right, you’ll help tap sugar maples!

S Day Dates Time Price/M Price

01 Tue-Fri Apr 16-19 9-12pm $216/$180

02 Tue-Fri Apr 16-19 1-4pm $216/$180

April Vacation Work Experience (grades 5-8)

Middle school students are invited to join the Farm staff during April vacation to help work in the greenhouses, care for our animals and their new arrivals, and help with maintenance.

01 Tue-Fri Apr 16-19 8:30 am-12 pm $252/$210

02 Tue-Fri Apr 16-19 1:00-4:30 pm $252/$210

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Farming for Homeschoolers (ages 5-10)

Please join us for a year round, hands-on program that involves children in our every-day Farming operations – from maple sugaring to working in the solar greenhouses, from starting seeds in the greenhouses to transplanting seedlings into the vegetable gardens.  Every week we start the morning with animal chores. Over the course of the year children will get a deep insight into all aspects of work on a farm and to where our food comes from. This is a drop-off program.

S Day Dates Time Price/M Price

02 Tue Mar 26-June 4 9-12pm $480/$390

(No class on Apr 16)

Farming for Homeschoolers II (ages 11-14)

Middle-school-aged youth work together to solve problems creatively and to contribute meaningfully to the Farm’s mission. Our intrepid students participate in every aspect of the farming seasons, from sugaring in the winter to planting in the spring. Join us in growing people while growing food!

02 Mon Mar 25-Jun 3 8:30 am-2:30 pm $720/$585

(No class on Apr 15 or May 27)

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Only Bunnies (ages 5-10)

Thinking about a rabbit for a pet? Here’s your chance to hold, care for and get all your questions about these furry critters answered.

S Day Dates Time Price/M Price

01 Wed Apr 10 3:30-4:30pm $18/$15

Purely Piglets (Ages 5-10)

Get to know the smartest animal on the Farm. A chance to learn about our piglets, feed them kitchen scraps and watch them play in the mud.

S Day Dates Time Price/M Price

01 Wed Apr 3 3:30-4:30pm $18/$15

Sassy Goats and Lambs (Ages 5-10)

Springtime sees our lambs and kid goats running out on the fresh grass in the meadow. Visit these gentle little creatures and learn about their needs and the great products they give us.

S Day Dates Time Price/M Price

01 Wed May 22 3:30-4:30 $18/$15

Youth Work Experience (Grades 5-8)

We are inviting middle school students to join Farm staff after school top take care of the animals and help with maintenance. During the months of April, May and June, students will be involved in starting our vegetable seedlings, transplanting and preparing our gardens.

S Day Dates Time Price/M Price

01 Tue Feb 26-Mar 26 3-4:30 pm $135/$113

02 Wed Feb 27-Mar 27 3-4:30 pm $135/$113

03 Thu Feb 28-Mar 28 3-4:30 pm $135/$113

04 Tue Apr 2-Apr 30 3:00-4:30 pm $108/$90

05 Wed Apr 3-May 1 3-4:30 pm $108/$90

06 Thu Apr 4-May 2 3-4:30 pm $108/$90

07 Tue May 7-Jun 4 3-4:30 pm $135/$113

08 Wed May 8-Jun 5 3-4:30 pm $135/$113

09 Thu May 9-Jun 6 3-4:30 pm $135/$113

(No class on Apr 16,17,18)

NCOF’s popular summer programs offer youth ages 3-17 ten weeks of amazing opportunities to engage with the farm and to help run it! Four-day sessions run mornings or afternoons and are led by experienced instructors. Activities are carefully tailored by age level.

Forest Explorers (Ages 3.5-5)

With the Forest Explorers, children discover the woods as a place of magic and make-believe through song, play, and storytelling. What’s behind that tree? What’s under that rock? What’s around the trailbend? These questions, when infused with a sense of adventure, make each day a truly epic day in the woods. Build a fort, bake a mud-pie, make a leaf collage, or splash in the pond. Each week, the Forest Explorers fill the woods with wonder and laughter. Join us for an unforgettable summer! 

  • Weekly sessions run Monday through Thursday, 9am to 12pm
  • $180 for members, $216 for nonmembers

!All Forest Explorers must be potty trained by June 1st, 2018!

Budding Farmers (Ages 4-5)

The day of a Budding Farmer is filled with exploration and imagination. As our youngest group on the farm, Budding Farmers discover this fascinating place with all five senses. Children dance their way through the lifecycle of a chicken, taste a variety of vegetables for the first time, listen like bunnies in a rabbit circle, and feel the rough tongue of the cow licking grain from their hands. Guided by intrepid naturalist-agrarian educators, expect your child to build their powers of observation while immersing themselves in the farm landscape. So get your mud boots on and get ready to make friends with a goat, rescue some lost chickens, and find life all around the farm!

  • Weekly sessions run Monday through Thursday
    • Morning sessions run 9am to 12pm
    • Afternoon sessions run 1pm to 4pm
  • $180 for members, $216 for nonmembers

Young Farmers (Ages 6-7)

Young Farmers discover that though small they can make a big difference on the farm. We challenge our students to jump in and try new things like entering an animal enclosure to improve the pasture, pushing a wheelbarrow for the first time, or eating a salad they picked themselves! At the end of a week spent caring for the animals, minding their very own garden, and roaming the grounds, Young Farmers leave feeling like they belong on the Farm.

  • Weekly sessions run Monday through Thursday
    • Morning sessions run 9am to 12pm
    • Afternoon sessions run 1pm to 4pm
  • $180 for members, $216 for nonmembers

Growing Farmers (Ages 8-9)

Growing Farmers are ready to be part of the farm. Whether it’s making some mint tea after weeding a fence line, singing a song while stacking some wood, or holding the second annual Forest Stream Regatta, these youngsters experience the breadth and depth of farm life. Through work, through play, Growing Farmers discover what they can do, learn, and become in the wild potential of nature. These guys get their hands dirty turning the Farm into their classroom, stage, and playground.

  • Weekly sessions run Monday through Thursday
    • Morning sessions run 8:30am to 12pm
    • Afternoon sessions run 1pm to 4:30pm
  • $210 for members, $252 for nonmembers

Junior Working Farmers (Ages 10-11)

The Junior Working Farmer program is for kids ready to have fun while doing good work. This can-do team and the work they do touches all aspects of farm life. One day they are carpenters, fixing a sticky gate. The next day they might be engineers finding the gradient for a storm drain. And everyday they curate and polish market stand. Each day brings something exciting and new, new problems to solve, new opportunities for creativity. The Junior Working Farmers is a great chance for kids to excel in farm projects and get a better, dirtier, view of where our food comes from!

  • Morning sessions run 9am to 12pm, Monday through Friday
    • There are no afternoon sessions for the JWF!
  • $245 for members, $298 for nonmembers

Working Farmers (Ages 12-14)

The Working Farmer program is a learn by doing experience. As Working Farmers kids become agricultural juggernauts, powering every dimension of the growing process. Seeding, weeding, cultivating, harvesting, selling- they are hands on at every step. Working right alongside our expert growers, kids learn where their food comes from and how to grow it. Throughout the summer, this team develops the skills and the confidence to run the farm and have a blast while doing it. So get ready to roll up your sleeves and join us!

  • Morning sessions run 8:30am to 12pm, Monday through Friday
    • $245 for members, $298 for nonmembers
  • Afternoon sessions run 1pm to 4:30pm, Monday through Thursday.
    • $196 for members, $230 for nonmembers
  • In order to best prepare for a great summer, all Working Farmers are asked to attend a pre-season meeting at 4:30 on Wednesday, June 13th. If you decide to join us this season after June 13th, please be sure to review the Working Farmer Guidelines.

Leaders in Training

Leaders in Training are unpaid summer teaching positions for mature preteens & young teens. LITs gain invaluable experience assisting our summer teachers and “learning the ropes” of teaching–serving as an LIT is an excellent way to make yourself known to the Farm staff and proof yourself worthy of being on the Teen Work Crew, as well as to fill community service requirements.

Email our summer program coordinator if you are interested.

Teen Work Crew

Teen Work Crew (ages 13-17) offers paid, mentored summer work for teens carrying out “the big jobs” at the farm, like mowing, fencing, splitting wood, and tackling general construction projects.

Teens work 3 to 4 24-hour weeks over the course of the summer, earning minimum wage, under a Teen Work Crew leader.

Teens are selected to participate on TWC by submitting a short written essay by April 1 and participating by in a scheduled work try out in May.

Email James, the Teen Work Crew Chief for details.

Barnyard Buddies (ages 3-7 with a caregiver)

Come down to the Farm and wake up the animals. Help the Farm feed and water the animals and gather eggs. When registering, please indicate who will accompany the child in the “notes” section.

01 Sun Sep 16 9:00-10:30 am $25/$21

02 Sun Sep 30 9:00-10:30 am $25/$21

03 Sun Oct 14 9:00-10:30 am $25/$21

04 Sun Oct 28 9:00-10:30 am $25/$21

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Farm and Forest Fun with our Wee Ones (ages 1-2 with a caregiver)

Join us for a sensory experience with your infant or toddler. Led by a Farm teacher, you will spend time in the forest and on the farm. We will explore the woods and introduce our wee ones to the Farm animals. No class on Nov 23.

01 Fri Sep 14-Oct 5 10:00-11:00 am $68/$56

02 Fri Oct 12-Nov 2 10:00-11:00 am $68/$56

03 Fri Nov 9-Dec 7 10:00-11:00 am $68/$56

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Chicken and Egg (ages 3-5)

Meet a chicken. We’ll learn what they really love to eat and feed them ourselves. Maybe if we’re quiet, we can hold a chicken. Then we’ll hunt for eggs in the nesting boxes.

01 Wed Sep 26 9:30-10:30 am $17/$14

02 Wed Oct 17 9:30-10:30 am $17/$14

 

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Chore Time (ages 3-5)

Come down to the Farm and wake up the animals. Help the Farm feed and water the animals and gather the eggs. No class Oct 8, Nov 12, Nov 22.

01 Mon Sep 10-Oct 1 9:00-10:00 am $68/$56

02 Thu Sep13-Oct 4 9:00-10:00 am $68/$56

03 Mon Oct 15-Nov 5 9:00-10:00 am $68/$56

04 Thu Oct 11-Nov 1 9:00-10:00 am $68/$56

05 Mon Nov 19-Dec 10 9:00-10:00 am $68/$56

06 Thu Nov 8-Dec 6 9:00-10:00 am $68/$56

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Fall Farm Crafts (ages 3-5)

Let’s explore the Farm and forest in beautiful fall and create crafts from natural and recycled materials. We’ll make everything from wreaths to leaf mobiles to herb bouquets.

01 Mon Oct 15-Nov 5 10:30-11:30 am $68/$56

02 Mon Oct 15-Nov 5 1:30-2:30 pm $68/$56

 

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Farm Activities (ages 3-5)

Fall is busy on the Farm, there’s so much to harvest, to preserve, to decorate and enjoy!

01 Mon Sep 10-Oct 1 10:30-11:30 am $68/$56

02 Mon Sep 10-Oct 1 1:30-2:30 pm $68/$56

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Gnomes on the Farm (ages 3-5)

Wake up the animals, help water feed the animals, and gather eggs from the hens. Then spend some time in the forest, where free play is the order of the day, and where exploration and imagination guide the activities!

01 Fri Sep 7-Dec 14 9:00 am-12:00 pm $765/$630

Register

 

Hop with the Bunnies (ages 3-5)

Spend some time learning about these warm, fuzzy little creatures, learning how they live in the wild and how we care for them at home.

01 Wed Sep 12 9:30-10:30 am $17/$14

02 Wed Oct 3 9:30-10:30 am $17/$14

Register

Little Hands in the Soil (ages 3-5)

We are looking for little hands to help us take care of our gardens. We will harvest, mulch, and put the garden to bed, just like big gardeners. Maybe we’ll hide some bulbs in the ground to surprise the Farmers in the spring.

01 Thu Sep 13-Oct 4 10:30-11:30 am $68/$56

02 Thu Sep 13-Oct 4 1:30-2:30 pm $68/$56

Register

Outdoor Explore and Play (ages 1.5-3.5 with a caregiver)

Join our dynamic playgroup which focuses on outdoor free play and exploration, community building and connection to the natural world. When registering, please indicate the age of your child and who will accompany the child in the “notes” section. No class on Oct 8, Nov 12.

01 Mon Sep 17-Oct 15 3:00-4:00 pm $68/$56

02 Mon Oct 22-Nov 19 3:00-4:00 pm $68/$56

Register

Afterschool Farmers (grades K-4)

This program will involve students in our everyday Farm operations, from animal chores to harvesting to putting our gardens to bed. Memorial students will be walked over from Memorial by Farm staff. Please indicate in the “notes” section of the online registration if your child is from Memorial. No program on Natick Early Release days or on Oct 8, Nov 12, Nov 22, Nov 26, Dec 24, Dec 25, Dec 27, Dec 31, Jan 1.

01A Mon Sep 10-Nov 5 3:15-4:45 pm $204/$168

01B Mon Sep 10-Nov 5 3:15-5:15 pm $272/$224

02A Tue Sep 4-Oct 23 3:15-4:45 pm $204/$168

02B Tue Sep 4-Oct 23 3:15-5:15 pm $272/$224

03A Thu Sep 6-Oct 25 3:15-4:45 pm $204/$168

03B Thu Sep 6-Oct 25 3:15-5:15 pm $272/$224

04A Mon Nov 19-Jan 28 3:15-4:45 pm $204/$224

04B Mon Nov 19-Jan 28 3:15-5:15 pm $272/$224

05A Tue Oct 30-Dec 18 3:15-4:45 pm $204/$224

05B Tue Oct 30-Dec 18 3:15-5:15 pm $272/$224

06A Thu Nov 1-Jan 3 3:15-4:45 pm $204/$224

06B Thu Nov 1-Jan 3 3:15-5:15 pm $272/$224

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Afterschool 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 Natick Early Release Days or on Sep 26, Oct 17, Nov 8, Nov 14, Nov 21, Dec 6

01A Wed Sep 5-Dec 19 3:15-4:45pm $204/$168

01B Wed Sep 5-Dec 19 3:15-5:15pm $272/$224

Register

Afterschool 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 Natick Early Release Days or on Sep 26, Oct 17, Nov 8, Nov 14, Nov 21, Dec 6

01A Wed Sep 5-Dec 19 3:15-4:45pm $204/$168

01B Wed Sep 5-Dec 19 3:15-5:15pm $272/$224

Register

Chicken Time (ages 5-7)

Meet a chicken and learn what they really love to eat and feed them ourselves. Maybe if we’re quiet, we can hold a chicken. Then we’ll hunt for eggs in the nesting boxes.

01 Wed Sep 26 3:30-4:30 pm $17/$14

Register

Farming for Homeschoolers (ages 5-10)

Throughout the 2018/2019 school year we will offer a Tuesday and Thursday morning program for homeschoolers at the Farm. Each morning children will be involved in our everyday Farm operations, from animal chores to harvesting to putting our gardens to bed. Over the course of the year, children will get a deep insight into all aspects on a Farm. This is a drop-off program. No class on Sep 21, Nov 23.

01 Tue Sep 11-Dec 18 9:00 am-12:00 pm $720/$585

Register

Farming for Homeschoolers (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! No class Oct 8, Nov 12.

01 Mon Sep 10-Dec 17 8:30 am-2:30 pm $1,040/$845

Register

Only Bunnies (ages 5-10)

Thinking about a rabbit for a pet? Here’s your chance to hold, care for, and get all your questions answered about these furry critters.

01 Wed Sep 19 3:30-4:30 pm $17/$14

02 Wed Oct 17 3:30-4:30 pm $17/$14

Register

Youth Work Experience (grades 5-8)

We are inviting middle-school students to join Farm staff after school to take care of the animals and help with maintenance. During the months of September, October and November, students will be involved in harvesting and putting the gardens to bed.

01 Tue Sep 4-Oct 9 3:00-4:30 pm $144/$117

02 Wed Sep 5-Oct 10 3:00-4:30 pm $144/$117

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What folks are saying about our programs:

“I have been meaning to write for months, really ever since my 4 year old son, A., finished up 5 weeks of the Budding Farmer program (or farm camp, as we fondly called it) at the farm in August. My reason for writing is to thank you. A. is, by nature, an outdoor kind of a kid and I was convinced, following our move to Natick in January, that he would love the farm. But his time with Bridget and Betsy far exceeded my expectations. Everyday he was full of enthusiastic stories… what he’d found in the woods, the animals he’d cared for, the bee stings he’d bravely endured! He talked more about farm camp (and with more enthusiasm) than he has about any school, camp, or class he has ever done. Part of that is because of him and what he loves/feels connected to. But most of that is because of you and the wonderful programs you run.  I know how often one can go about their regular business and not know how much is being contributed or noticed. But please know how grateful A. and our whole family is for the important work that you do on the farm. Thank you and keep up the good work! Best wishes,”A.L., Parent

 

“My son participated in the April Vacation program and absolutely LOVED it.  He is five and I wasn’t sure how it was going to go, but he came home each day saying, “Camp at the Farm was AWESOME.” with two thumbs up and wants to return every afternoon after his sister naps.   I feel it is always important to tell someone/place a job well done-Since we tend to always hear the negative. ” S.L., Parent