Little Farmers

Little Farmers ages 2-5 along with their caregivers are guided by an experienced educator to explore the farm, the food we grow, and the relationships we have with the natural world. Sensory place-based lessons are tied to the changes happening on the farm throughout the season.

Registration is required.

Please review our Education Program Health Policies here for information about COVID-19 and Illness.

If you have any questions about the program, please feel free to contact Molly, our Education Lead.


Winter Sessions

This winter, join us on select Fridays from 10–11 a.m.

  • November 18 – Venture to our greenhouses to do a tasting tour and plant garlic in our education garden.
  • December 9 – We will discuss how animals survive in the winter, exploring the farm for evidence, and end with an art project.
  • January 13 – We will continue our animal study in the January class, which will be all about tracking! We will search for animal tracks around the farm, trying to identify who lives here and imagine their wanderings.
  • February 10
  • March 10
  • April 7

Registration will close at 9am on Thursday before each class (for example, 1/12 for the 1/13 class). The $7.00 program fee includes hot chocolate for the kids!

*Classes are subject to cancellation if enrollment is too low. In the case of inclement weather, we will inform you one day prior to the scheduled class and attempt to reschedule for the same time the following week. If that is not possible, we will issue a 100% refund for the class.


Spring, Summer, Fall Sessions

May 2nd - October 27th, 2023

Tuesdays and Fridays (classes are the same both days each week)

  • 9:00–9:45 AM
  • 10:00–10:45 AM

Testimonials

The little farmers program was fabulous for my daughter. She got to learn and see so much, and it was always special when we got to take a little bit of the farm home with us — kept the memory alive!
—Audrey M., Quechee, VT

Little farmers was an exceptional experience for my child. He learned and had fun at the same time.
—LJ, Fairlee, VT