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Four seasons of healthful, farm-fresh experiences.
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Season-based and curricula-supporting educational programming on the grounds of a historic farmstead.

OUR FARMSTEAD CLASSROOM AWAITS

Spring Class Offerings

SEASON-BASED LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES

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Aquatic Investigations
Water is an essential element of life, and absolutely necessary for a healthy farm. Unfortunately, water can become polluted by human actions, such as poor agricultural practices.

Students will:

  • Investigate two separate Remick Farm water sources.
  • Make observations to see how healthy the water is. 
  • Discuss methods to protect these vital resources.
Standards, Objectives & Program Outline
Grades K–2  |  Grades 3–5  |  Grades 6–8  |  Grades 9–12


Farm to Home, Wool!

Sheeps’ wool is an important contributor to the variety of natural fibers used in our daily lives.

Students will: 

  • Discover how the wool for their sweaters and blankets start as energy from the sun.
  • Learn about all the steps that it takes to get wool from the farm to their homes.
  • Visit the sheep on the farm to observe their farmyard roles.
Standards, Objectives & Program Outline
Grades K–2  |  Grades 3–5  |  Grades 6–8  |  Grades 9–12


Farm to Table, Butter!

Discover where butter comes from and all of the steps required to get it to the kitchen table.

Students will: 

  • Learn about and observe dairy operations at Remick Farm.
  • Discover how dairy animals (goats and cows) get their energy for survival and milk production.
  • Try their hand at turning cream into butter.
Standards, Objectives & Program Outline


Maple Sugaring March only
Join us on the farmstead for New Hampshire's sweetest season of the year.

Students will: 

  • Learn the start-to-finish steps of making maple syrup.
  • Get a closer look at the science behind the sugaring procedure.
  • Understand the history of maple sugaring here at Remick and throughout New England.
Standards, Objectives & Program Outline 
Grades K–2  |  
Grades 3–5  |  Grades 6–8  |  Grades 9–12

 

Pollinators on the Farm
Plants are the foundation of the living community, and without pollinators, many would not be able to survive.

Students will: 

  • Learn about different pollinators and the plants that they help. 
  • Take part in observations, discussions and nature sketching. 
  • Help pollinators at Remick Farm and/or their home by creating native bee habitat. 
Standards, Objectives & Program Outline 
Grades K–2  |  
Grades 3–5  |  Grades 6–8  |  Grades 9–12

 

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