Virtual Field Trips

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Farm Discovery leads learning and exploration about chickens, omnivores and our own omnivorous diet during our Virtual Field Trips. K-5 students meet our animals, explore the many different fruits and vegetables we grow, and participate in a 5Es lesson sequence about omnivores. Activities include observing chickens through videos, making your own food web and

Wavecrest Returns!

This month we saw the return of our Santa Cruz Montessori Wavecrest students. Normally on the farm every Thursday, we haven’t seen them since last April. Having them back gave us all an energy boost and a sense of return to a little normalcy. Students are split into three topic groups, which they rotate

Fall Farm Care 2020

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Fall Care 2020 Well, it’s been quite the year, hasn’t it?! The one constant for Farm Discovery, and we’re sure for most of you, has been change. After a decade of regular programs, everything is new again. Despite the stress of uncertainty the last 6 months, our team has banded together to design

Friendsgiving Evite

join us for a live virtual culinary eventEnjoy local wine or beer by Alfaro, Storrs, J. Lohr, and Discretion, while chef Martin Hoellrigl of Capitola Garden Feast works with us in our kitchen and yours to transform your special box of seasonal produce into a multi-course feast from the fields of Live Earth Farm.100%

Alta Coffee & New Leaf

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In honor of their 35th Anniversary, New Leaf has partnered with several purveyors on exclusive products with a philanthropic twist. As part of this project Alta Coffee is roasting an exclusive organic coffee called New Leaf Café Blend. For every bag of New Leaf Café Blend sold, Alta will give 5% of that sale to

Farm Discovery Produce Distribution

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Farm Discovery responds to urgent COVID19 need with fresh, organic produce for community members most in need. In partnership with Pajaro Valley Loaves and Fishes, Holy Cross Food Pantry, Encompass Community Services Transitional Age Youth (TAY) program, Esperanza Community Farms and a growing number of agencies to make sure fresh, local produce graces the kitchens