Youth Education Program

The successful future of our food system is highly dependent upon our children’s understanding of how and where food is produced and how it gets to consumers. We provide myriad opportunities for youth to get excited and involved.

Learn and Grow!

For those of you who have instantly had to become full-time home educators due to stay at home orders and for those of you who have been homeschooling quite some time, here are some great resources to support your work. 

The 21 Acres Youth Education Program includes field trips, farm camps, culinary adventures, and special events. We provide fun environments, like our Certified Organic farm and local foods kitchen, where kids can connect to the places where food is grown, harvested, and prepared. Each program is thoughtfully designed to address the question: “Where does my food come from and how can I make a difference in the climate?” We’re dedicated to answering this and energizing future generations to play an active role in engaging with their local food systems.

Field Trips

Interested in bringing your class out to explore the farm? We have field trips that encourage discovery and exploration of environmental stewardship for youth starting in Pre-K up through college level and beyond.

Discover

Explore the changing seasons on the farm

Grow

Take part in farm-to-table activities

Learn

Connect the classroom to the great outdoors

Cooking Adventures
  • Get the kids in the kitchen and exploring local food.
  • Everyone enjoys a hands-on experience and learns where their food comes from.
  • These experiences provide immersive discoveries for all ages!
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Farm Day Camps
  • Week-long day camps in the summer out on the farm
  • Campers explore the farm, greenhouses, meet farm animals, play games, make crafts, make farm-fresh snacks, and so much more.
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Farm School
  • Once a month during spring and fall, we offer Farm School sessions for homeschooling families to come learn something new on the farm.
  • Past topics include seeds, compost and worms, and wild wetland creatures.
  • See what Farm School offerings are currently available at Fun Things to Do.