On the Farm and in the Forest


Day long programs in Nature for the young child & homeschoolers

Days are spent on the farm and in the forest: exploring, seasonal nature crafting, circle games and songs. The Rosebud program, for ages 3.5-6 years, is held on Monday & Wednesday mornings, 9:00 a.m.-1:30 p.m. The 'Forest Club' is a program designed for homeschoolers ages 7-10 on Thursdays & ages 9 -14 years on Fridays, 9:00 a.m.-1:30 p.m. PLEASE NOTE: There will be a 1/2 hour staggered drop-off & pick-up time on either end of these programs.


Afternoon Adventure in the out-of-doors

The afternoon program is offered, year-round, from 3:15-5:30 p.m. (please see our current Session Registration for afternoons offered). Outside free playtime in all weather, visiting the Temple-Wilton Community Farm with Farmer Lincoln, adventure walks in the woods, tending the hearth in our forest kitchen, building, crafting and handwork projects for curious hands will be encouraged in all sessions.


Winter days on the Farm and in the Forest

Wintertime Day Camp Programs on the Farm. From learning to care for our farm animals during our coldest months in New England, to cozying around the wood stove listening to Farmer Lincoln's stories of wintertime in Sweden, each day brings its own adventures that can only be enjoyed in the midst of Winter.


Gathering the warmth of the Sun

Empowering children in finding a relationship with nature, building a sense of unity and belonging with earth and local community.
We work through Biodynamic farming and Waldorf inspired experiential learning, to bring people into a formative environment that speaks to the deeper human learning experience in each one of us.


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