Wednesday | January 26, 2022
2022 Summer Program Registration Now Open!
Animals, Vegetables, & Exploring the Land!
Our week long summer programs offer kids in rising grades K -12 the chance to build community, learn farm and forestry skills, and connect to the outdoors. Participants will be part of small groups led by trained educators, and will spend each day caring for the garden, visiting the animals, and exploring the land. Activities vary from week to week, so that no two days look the same. Family Level Membership and above required to receive Member prices. Programs are limited and fill up quickly. Reserve your spot today!
Have you Registered for your 2022 CSA Yet?
Our 2022 CSAs are selling fast! Purchase yours today to reserve a season of freshly harvested, local produce grown using sustainable methods. It's better for you, and it's better for the land. We offer several options for individuals and families of all sizes. Learn more on our website, or register below.
NEW! Learn Survival Skills on Early Release Day!
Grades K-4th: Wed., February 2nd, 11:30am - 3:00pm;
$45 Member / $60 Non-Member
Spend your early release day learning survival skills on the farm! Our experienced farm educators will lead children through a one-day outdoor skills exploration, covering subjects like fire building, shelter building, and reading animal tracks. This is an entirely outdoor program, and participants should be prepared for cold weather and snow-based activities. Masks will be required. The program is open to kids in grades K-4th, and will run from 11:30am to 3pm on February 2nd, 2022. Weston students will be picked up from school by our staff, and can be picked up from the farmstand at 90 Wellesley St., Weston at the end of the day.
Help us Plan Farm Workshops!
As we plan our 2022 season we'd like to best gauge interest in what kind of workshops the community would be interested in. Please take our quick survey and share your thoughts. We sincerely appreciate your input!
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With support from the Town of Weston and the Weston Conservation Commission.