Healthful, farm-fresh experiences for all generations.
(603) 323-7591

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Interactive, educational programming on the grounds of a dynamic farmstead.


Remick Homeschool: Spring 2023



Our schoolroom is an entire farmstead!
Created and led by Program Manager/Educator Jim Cruickshank (read his bio), all programming is outdoor-based and incorporates agriculture, nature, science and/or math.

  • Classes are season-based and feature discovery through the senses and hands-on activities.
  • Group interaction and discussion encourage a deeper understanding of each subject (listed below).
  • Spring classes are offered March–June, fall classes are offered September–December.
  • For students ages 5 and above; Advanced Sessions are for students ages 12 and above.
  • Pre-registration is required by calling (603) 323-7591.
    • Registration is required by the Friday prior to each scheduled class.
    • We are unable to accommodate walk-ins for homeschool classes.
  • Classes take place outdoors in rain/snow or shine: participants should be dressed for the day’s weather.
  • This is not a drop-off program: parents and guardians should be prepared to be with the group and are encouraged to participate.
  • Class size is limited and may be impacted by the class topic; early registration is encouraged.

COST: $8 (child and parent/chaperone); $6 for members

Ages 5 & above, 12 & above for advanced classes.
Pre-registration is required by the Friday prior to each class date.
Call (603) 323-7591 to register.

Registration & Cancellation Policies 

Non-registration inquiries may be emailed to program manager Jim Cruickshank.



MARCH 15 | From Maple Tree to Maple Syrup

Enjoy a walk around Remick Farm as maple sugaring season is celebrated statewide. Participants will learn how to identify maple trees, learn how to tap and collect sap, and visit the sugar house to see the process of boiling sap down to syrup!

New! ADVANCED CLASS For ages 12 & above
MARCH 22 | Sugar Science
Maple sugaring season is one of our favorite times of the year. Which maple trees produce the most sugar in their sap? Participants will take a scientific approach to sugaring season as they use equipment to test a variety of maple trees on the property. Participants will formulate questions and draw conclusions to try and discover the science behind the syrup!

APRIL 12 | Wildlife Habitat on the Farm  SOLD OUT
The farm ecosystem can be a home to wildlife too! Participants will investigate some of the native animals that make Remick Farm home, and help the program team construct and install animal-friendly shelters, such as bee hotels and bluebird boxes.

MAY 17 | Wildflowers
April showers (hopefully) bring May wildflowers! Take a ramble through the forest and farm to find as many early wildflowers as possible. Participants will learn about the life cycle of plants, and why these spring wonders flower so early.

JUNE 14 | Leather Skills
Leather has been an important human resource for thousands of years, and is still an important farm product to this day. Participants will learn where leather comes from, what it is used for, and how to preserve and protect leather products so they can last as long as possible. Participants will also construct a small, purposeful leather item! 

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