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Exploring Apples from the Soil Up; Discovering the Origins of the Thanksgiving Feast; Nature Walk & Making Art From Nature's Resources
Dickinson College Farm
Boiling Springs, PA
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Exploring Apples from the Soil Up; Discovering the Origins of the Thanksgiving Feast; Nature Walk & Making Art From Nature's Resources
Where? Dickinson College Farm (see map on right)
Who? Heather Livingston '14, Fall 2012 Youth Education Leader! + Dickinson student volunteers.

**Please make sure to choose the correct date for your youth program when purchasing a ticket!**

What? The Dickinson College Farm in Boiling Springs will host a variety of educational workshops this fall. Through fun, hands-on activities directed by Dickinson students, children will explore a sustainable farm and learn how nourishing food moves from seed to soil to table.

How will parents be involved? Parents are encouraged to participate! Alternatively, parents are welcome to observe, take a self-guided tour of the farm, relax in the shade or take a short drive into beautiful Boiling Springs. At the end of the program, children are invited to show parents what they've learned around the farm.


Exploring Apples From the Soil Up

Saturday, Oct. 6th
9 - 11 a.m.
Ages 5 - 7

Children will learn about fall's most colorful fruit by sampling apple varieties like Fuji and Honey Crisp and making art with apples! This workshop introduces children to the reasons that apples were important to Johnny Appleseed  and how rich soil helps them to grow.


Discovering the Origins of the Thanksgiving Feast

Saturday, Nov. 10
9 - 11 a.m.
Ages 8 - 10

Activities such as painting gourds, making a leaf rubbing and creating a three-sisters garden using squash, corn and beans will be used to introduce children to Native American agricultural traditions and what happens to crops when the cold weather arrives.


Nature Walk & Making Art From Nature's Resources

Saturday, Dec. 8
9 - 11 a.m.
Ages 5 - 7

Children will make seasonal arts and crafts using nature gifts from the farm, sing winter songs to the farm before it goes into its winter-long hibernation and sample apple cider.


Heather Livingston is a senior Environmental Studies major at Dickinson College. After her study abroad experience last fall with The School for Field Studies in Costa Rica, Heather grew to understand and appreciate the concept of sustainable agriculture. While in Costa Rica she applied to work at the Dickinson College Farm and began working there when she returned to the states in January. Heather worked at the farm this summer and is currently a student worker. In addition to her farm job, she is developing a farm-based curriculum for children, under the guidance of farm manager, Jenn Halpin. Heather hopes that by way of education, younger generations will understand the importance of organic and sustainable agriculture.

Can't wait to see you at the farm!


Dickinson College Farm (View)
553 Park Drive
Boiling Springs, PA 17013
United States


Education > Classes
Education > Workshops
Food > Markets & Farms
Other > Family-Friendly
Other > Green

Minimum Age: 5
Kid Friendly: Yes!
Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: Yes!


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