Come join us at the farm as we celebrate the 52nd Earth Day!
You’ll have a chance to plant seeds in our Children’s Garden and use recycled materials to plant seeds to take home. Discover how the Native Americans planted the “Three Sisters” to make their crops healthier and to save space on our Earth. Visit our apple cider mill to learn how apples have survived and improved over the generations since the Pilgrims first brought apple seeds with them in the 1620s.
DATE: Saturday, April 23, 2022
TIME: 9:00 to 3:00
Explore our grounds and hike through the woods to discover how the farm was dependent on the forest for its success. Make a pine cone bird feeder! Taste New Hampshire made maple syrup served over flapjacks. Listen to a story about making maple syrup in the springtime. Take a pledge to help save our Earth for future generations and help us make an Earth Day Banner, and try your hand at writing your own Earth Day verse or poem for display on our website and at the Museum.
FEATURED GUEST SPEAKER
Dr. Walter Shortle, retired USDA Forestry Service, will present “The Interdependence of the Farm and the Forest” at 11:00 and again at 1:00.
Senior (65+): $7.50
Juvenile (4-17): $5
Family (2 adults + kids/grandkids): $25
Children under 4: FREE
Members and Active Military: FREE
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