Farm to Fork Fellows 2017

Community Programs

New Youth and Adult Cooking Classes for 2017


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School Programs

We strive to engage children in hands-on, agricultural experiences that allow them to establish a direct connection to the earth and to their food source.  We now teach edible education in all 8 elementary school in the Conval School District.

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What's New!

Kids Connect! Farm, Field & Forest 

Youth Summer Program

We are excited to announce Cornucopia's partnership with the Monadnock Conservancy, and the support of the Caswell Foundation, for the creation of Kids Connect! Farm, Field & Forest at Four Winds Farm in Peterborough.  The Kids Connect! program promotes self-esteem, teamwork, play and healthy eating by connecting children to land and nature through safe and enjoyable farming and gardening activities and adventures in cooking!   

The program is geared for children entering grades 3 to 6 and meets every Monday and Thursday from 4 to 6:30 p.m., from July 17 to August 17 . The cost is $150 per child for 10 classes, or tuition-free for families eligible.. For more information please email katrina@monadnockconservancy.org. We also have opportunities for volunteer teaching assistants!












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With only one more day of Kids Connect! Farm, Farm, Field & Forest, we are cherishing these moments on the farm. Tomorrow we celebrate our 5 weeks of adventures at Four Winds with a pizza dinner. . . made by students for their families! ...

Today was our final day in an amazing series of farm visits for the Farm to Fork Fellows. We visited Temple-Wilton Community Farm, Many Hands Organic Farm, Sun Moon Farm, and Tracie's Community Farm, LLC over the last four weeks and experienced the diversity of farming practices/operations in our area. The fellows learned something new at each stop, and connected with the larger Monadnock Farming community- Plus we got some real work done! Thanks to all our hosts- and we are already getting excited for our next round next summer! ...

Potato time at the Cornucopia Community Garden with families from Robin's Nest Nature Preschool in West Peterborough. Thank you families for offering to help grow and maintain the garden. Through their own school garden, these little hands already know about good food and are the next generation of gardeners!

If you and your children would like to help weed, water and harvest, please let Joyce know at admin@cornucopiaproject.org. Any amount of time is greatly appreciated.
Robin's Nest Nature Preschool

Gardening with the Kids Connect girls! ...

Special thanks to our 2016 Organizational Sponsors 


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