None of us want to think about the day our children have to live without us, however as parents it is our responsibility to prepare them for that day. Most of us understand the importance of performing well in academics at school, but it is just as important for our children to develop the skills they will need to grow and secure their own food, heal minor illnesses and injuries, and build with their own hands.
If you're ready to help your child develop self-confidence, solve their own problems, and grow in self-esteem, join our Family Farming Cooperative today!
Spend the first Wednesday of each month from 10am to 12pm with us out on the farm for a relaxed non-structured meetup. Help your child create a circle of friends, get encouragement from other homeschooling parents, and enjoy the farm fun while learning valuable skills for self-reliance. The cost is $60/ Family.
This outdoor learning experience is held each first Monday from 10am to 12pm and also includes the first Wednesday Social Circle. Structured classes are offered in topics like campfire management and soil testing; composting and preserving food. Classes are offered from August to November. The cost is $120/ Child
The BEST DEAL for your WHOLE FAMILY is our Family Farming Cooperative which includes First Wednesday Social Circles, third Wednesday Lessons from the farm AND access to all festivals and events on the farm from August - December at no additional charge. The cost is $300/ family.
Each 3rd Saturday at Sunset we host a family friendly outdoor movie night on the farm. Bring your blanket or folding chairs and enjoy a night out with family and friends. Movie nights are FREE and a concession stand is available.
Grow your own crops on your own time with the Rent a Row Program. The cost is $40 per growing season and is paid directly to the Farm. You may grow any legal crop during your 3-month growing season.
June 19th commemorates the end of enslavement for African-Americans and we celebrate with family, food, and fireworks! This event is free to enter a
The fall harvest festival is held the first Saturday in November from 4pm -8pm and includes a tractor ride, games, and food from the fields followed by stories around the campfire. The cost is $25/family.
Each Spring we celebrate a prosperous harvest by blessing the greens. This event is free and open to the public. Concessions and produce are available for purchase.
One of the biggest stressors to home study programs stems from the practice of placing "education" above experience. Our learning method is inspired by ancient Africans who used a simple yet effective method to prepare our children to take our place. Are you ready love living and learning with your children again?