Our educational programming teaches environmental stewardship, nutrition, respecting diversity, and creative self-expression to nurture a happy, healthy and well-balanced life. Environmental Education Interns help teach a wide variety of engaging hands-on activities about organic gardening practices, the garden as a source of food, the importance of pollinators, building healthy soil by exploring our composting and biochar systems, stewarding land with pigs and chickens, fruit and nut orchard stewardship, and much more. Interns are given responsibility to teach independently as well as with a team, gaining valuable experience for future teaching in Environmental Education.

Our current educational programming includes: Community Classes, Community Workshops, Children’s Garden Club (Ages 5 – 11), Youth Discovery Project (Ages 13–17), Mom and Me Garden Club, School Field Trips, Tours and Special Events.