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After School Cooking Club

At Great Brook School from January to May.

At Temple Elementary School February to May.

At South Meadow School February to May

Join the Cornucopia Project to explore global cuisine using fresh, local ingredients. The club will take place after school. Young chefs of all ages and abilities are welcome! 

The Plant Sale Has Begun.

Every plant you need for any size garden. Grown organically and expertly selected for the 2023 growing season.

CSA Membership

Summer CSA Shares

Sign up today. Ten weeks of farm fresh vegetables. You’ll visit the farm each week and choose from a beautiful selection of freshly harvested, organically grown vegetables.

Full Year CSA Shares

Sign up today for the complete 2023 growing season. Includes a Spring, Summer and Fall CSA Share. Reserve farm fresh vegetables grown just for you. You’ll visit the farm from early spring through late fall and choose from a beautiful selection of freshly harvested, organically grown vegetables.

Spring CSA Shares

Sign up today for the six week spring share. You’ll visit the farm on March 2, 16, 30, and April 13, 20, 27. Choose from a beautiful selection of local fresh vegetables and winter crops incuding greens, garlic, radishes and others. Organically grown by the student Farmers.

Register for our summertime youth program today

Through hands-on farm work, place-based art projects and farm fresh culinary explorations, your child can grow, eat and explore on our conveniently located educational farm. Choose from four sessions, or join us for the whole program and enjoy the farm as it grows throughout the season.

Classroom Garden Kits

Garlic Planting Lesson Pack

In this classroom garden kit students will plant garlic cloves and harvest them the following summer. Explore garlic anatomy and history with this hands-on learning experience.

Native Pollinator Plants Lesson Pack

Students will combine mud and native seeds to make seed spheres. These spheres can be taken home to be planted or thrown in a place at school where native plants can grow.