April 19th - 23rd for kids aged 4-13
We've heard you want to get the kids out of the house and into nature--this year especially. We have answers, including fun programming for kids during April vacation. Kids can go on quests in nature, build structures to grow food, learn more about animals in spring, or even create art en plein air! More details at the button below.
Programs cost $45 per day for non-members ($38 per day for members).
Book all five days and get one day free!
Spaces fill up fast, register today!
Day Camp programs for kids 3 - 18
Our camp programs are rooted in nature, and give kids a connection to the natural world that can last a lifetime.
This year, we have exciting new programming for older kids, like "Art in Nature," "Growing Drama on the Farm," and our FEED program which helps kids solve real-world problems.
Please note: We are following the guidance of the Cohasset Board of Health and the Massachusetts Department of Public Health to ensure the safest practices for your family and our community.
Wednesday April 14th 5pm
Just in time for our early plant sale...learn exactly how to plant those seedlings for your best garden ever this year!
When should you plant various crops? What is the exact best technique for planting? What if your seedlings come in a compostable pot--do you remove it?
Join us for a free and informative Zoom workshop that will answer these & all questions, as well as address common mistakes many gardeners make.
Saturday April 17 - Sunday April 18
Now: Wait list only!
The region's largest all organic plant sales. This year, shop in person at the farm at a specific time to ensure covid safety.
Our early seedling sale features cold-weather tolerant plants that can go into your garden now. Shop for veggies like organic kale, cauliflower, onions, bok choy, herbs like orange mint, lemon thyme and flowers like violas, sweet peas and hollyhocks.
7 week programs starting April 12th
These 7 two-hour, drop-off sessions are for three age groups (4-7, 8-11, 12+). Each age group will be led by 1-2 experienced farm educators through a fluid, yet structured schedule that may include reading a story, hands-on learning, farming, ecological experiences, games, crafts, and more.
Of course, there is always room for diversion, allowing educators to follow the children’s interests.
8 week programs starting April 9
Now families can participate in our spring educational programs---together!