Our youth programs are designed to engage, excite and educate children of all ages. Using farms as classrooms, students learn hands-on about growing, harvesting and cooking food; caring for the environment; and working collaboratively with their peers and greater community.
- Farm to Classroom includes onsite farm programs and curriculum-approved programs for pre-K-8 students. Farm field trips, as well as classroom visits, offer valuable educational opportunities to students pre-K-8 who do not have a farm or garden at their school.
- Farm Camp provides opportunities for children in grades 3-8 to participate in expanded learning during the height of the growing season.
- Our Youth Growers Program develops farming and leadership skills that help students become peer educators and future food advocates.