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Immersed in the Seasons of the Farm

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“I love organic farms. Organic farms are all natural, healthy, and fun to work on. This place is so cool.” –Annabella, student during a Farm Immersion. Our farm immersions give students the opportunity to deepen their connection with nature. Students harvest the freshest fruits and vegetables, prepare meals alongside the adults, hike to different parts of

Seasonal transition from Spring to Fall through our programs

“Having this all be a new experience for me, I have seen differences between the programs during Spring, Summer and Fall but I have also seen some similarities. Starting in Spring was an adventure, having little experience with kids and the variety of age groups, but I managed to get a hang of

Farm Care in Winter

Even in the winter we are still able to have lots of fun on the farm, from hikes to the redwoods, searching for tadpoles in the freshly filled pond, to art projects and animal visits. We've been staying very busy! "One of my favorite things, I like harvesting and eating it, and then

Farewell Kirra, Hello Leticia

We would love to wish a belated farewell to our first Farm Discovery apprentice, Kirra. Thank you so much, Kirra for all of your hard work and dedication to Farm Discovery. We are so proud to see how far you’ve come and honored to be a part of your journey.  Now Kirra is

“With So Very Much Gratitude!”

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In spirit of the grateful season, we were so honored to receive this thank you book from one of the first grade classes at Ann Soldo Elementary that comes to visit our farm through seasonal field trips.    Thank you, visiting schools, and thank you to our supporters for making these trips possible.   "Thank

Springtime Field Trips

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Spring is in full bloom! Finally the rain showers have subsided, and boy have we been busy. Spring field trips are off to a great start, filled with energy from students all over Pajaro Valley, Santa Cruz County and beyond! We love seeing the new faces here at the farm, and for many students, these