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

Summer Farm Care with Farm Discovery!

We wanted to share the good news! The Farm Discovery team has developed a new program for this summer that is a mission aligned response to the need for childcare in our community. With many jobs in the county put on hold we know people are getting to spend more time at home with

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April Farm Discovery COVID Update

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Wow, how everything has changed in a few short weeks. As I write, real and pressing concerns rear up from all sides. I find myself thinking about you, as well as the kids who are home, trying to access their learning. How are you doing? My husband and I are learning to balance work,

Growing Programs

This fall and winter, in addition to our regular programs, field trips, and two large-scale community events, we hosted two immersions (Stanbridge Academy and Orion Montessori). Our immersion program allows students to experience farm life to the fullest. They have the chance to explore the main farm, do daily animal chores, complete a work

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Farm Discovery’s 5 Favorite Fall Farming & Gardening Tasks

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Farm Discovery starts to feel a big shift in November. Our 9 month hustle from the Sheep to Shawl Faire at the Spring Equinox to the end of the Fall Field Trip & Farm Immersion season around Thanksgiving is winding down. We begin to feel the spaces in between the chaos, opportunities to regroup, reflect,

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Thank You, Element

The Fall Feast in the Fields Benefit, this year called Element, is a celebration, a celebration of good, hard work being done in our community to address challenges we all face. None of us are immune to the great issues of our time, and that is why Farm Discovery and Live Earth Farm are working

Bee Zen

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Please enjoy this moment of bee zen. . .⠀ We received disturbing news this week about above average bee colony loss this winter. This is serious business, as we are endlessly dependent on bees in food production. ⠀ ⠀ In other news ARS reported, "Agricultural Research Service (ARS) scientists have taken the first step towards