Little Farmers

May 3–October 28, 2022

Tuesdays & Fridays
9:00–9:45 AM & 10:00–10:45 AM

$5 per child. Pre-registration required.*

*Registration for each class opens one week prior to each class. (For example, registration for Tuesday’s classes opens the prior Tuesday).


This program is designed for children between the ages of 2 to 5 years old.

Each class, our Little Farmers will be guided by an experienced educator as they venture out to the corners of our farm. We’ll explore and discover the natural wonders of our farm as we stimulate our senses. Water, seeds, flowers, soil, insects, tractors, and vegetables are a few of the themes we will investigate during our morning sessions.

Parents (or caregivers) are asked to enjoy these programs with their children. There may even be some learning in store for them, too!

Please note that pre-registration is now required for the Little Farmers program.

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


-We will be spending almost all our time outside. Masks are welcome outside. We do require masks indoors, so please bring masks with you in case we go inside.

-We ask that if you, your child, or anyone else in your household or immediate contacts has been sick, please stay home.

-Group sizes will be no larger than 10 families, and pre-registration is required. Since we have limited capacity, we are encouraging 1 adult per family. We will split into two groups if necessary to maintain small class sizes.

-Participants and staff will continue to wash hands regularly or use hand sanitizer when not near a sink.

We are monitoring state and local mandates as well as outbreak numbers, and we reserve the right to update mask requirements accordingly.


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