Tap into your own curiosity and joy by connecting with peers, engaging with our farmyard, forest, lake, and wetlands, and learning practical activities and pedagogy you can easily employ in your own place. We’ll use hands-on activities, protocols, and shared learning to examine how the Big Ideas of Sustainability can instill a deep love and appreciation for the natural world in both you and your students.
While we use the farm as a teaching tool, we've crafted this experience to support you no matter where you're located. You'll learn ways to utilize your community -- be it a city, the suburbs, or a rural area -- as a vital resource in your early education program. We'll use a variety of protocols and provide opportunities for rich conversations to enhance our shared learning.
We look forward to this week every year because no program is the same and it brings together a wonderful community of learners from all over who share, inspire, and support each other.
Meets all day, Monday, July 11, 2022 to Friday, July 15, 2022
Participant fee: $575. Optional graduate credits for an additional fee.
Scholarships may be available on a need-based scale. Please fill out the scholarship application prior to registering for the program.
Before registering or coming to the Farm for this program, please read our COVID Policies & Information.
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