We had another wonderful week on the farm. Our Kinder friends used all of their senses that they have been studying to connect to things growing on the farm. Ask them how lemon grass and mint tastes or how fresh basil smells. Ask them how cotton feels and what ladybugs and aphids look like. We are so thankful for farm learning and the curriculum connectors that take place everyday!
Sixth grade students are learning about what it means to support local agriculture and living local. There have been some lively discussions and thoughtful insights that they brought to the table. Find out what they are learning about agriculture in the United States. It is interesting for sure!
We hope that you stop by to check out our fall crops. Our kids are very proud of the work that they are doing on the farm! Ask them about it.