It has been a wet winter this year, but we can always rely on seeing our Wavecrest crew. Santa Cruz Montessori Junior High School, Wavecrest, brings their program to the farm every Thursday, and have for the past decade. They helped give birth to Farm Discovery, and they come bearing an energy of wonder
We were joined by so many wonderful schools and groups this fall- one of them being a Montessori Middle School, Monticello Academy, who came our for an immersion this September. This group was so helpful with the fields and prep for our farm dinner! We are so grateful for all the hands that make our
Fall, arguably the best season in California (or maybe anywhere) is just around the corner. With summer programs and stone fruit on their way out, we are looking ahead to all things fall. For us, the highlights of fall are plentiful. We have the shoulder season magic that is the most abundant time for our
With quieter times on the farm, our homeschool program and Wavecrest Montessori students are the lucky kiddos spending time on the farm. This month, Homeschool enjoyed our (finally!) ready carrots to turn into some pickled magic, while helping sow some peas for the future. The Wavecrest Montessori students are back in the swing of things,
Audrey Ramos created a beautiful braided pie! West Landi showing off his awesome lattice crust pie! The students truly embraced farm to table baking, from threshing wheat to harvesting berries, the pies were a beautiful labor of love! Local teens helped harvest in a big way this summer! Over 3,000
"I hope everyone can enjoy this beautiful farm." "Being at the farm was one of the best experiences I've had at school and I hope this program continues." "I wish that students appreciate Live Earth Farm. It would also be great if the farm continues to prosper. I personally love
We have had a busy fall season with plenty of schools coming to enjoy the changing of seasons on the farm. Our homeschool session came once a month from October-January and enjoyed the rainy season we have been having. We crafted items like native wreaths (pictured below), hand salves, apple sauces, and explored curriculum focused
We love getting "thank you" notes from students. They are so creative and fun. The process of making them reinforces what they experienced here at the farm and it just makes us feel warm and fuzzy.