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Where the Wild Things Grow

Finally a chance for kids to get connected to the Horn Farm!

Join us for this exciting youth summer program for ages 6-12 - once a week for four weeks - where we will explore both the wild edges of the farm and the cultivated gardens. 

Under the guidance of Jason Reed, Nature Studies Instructor Waldorf School of Baltimore, students will engage the natural world by exploring all that the Horn Farm land has to offer. Through an emphasis on holistic and fun activities, come prepared to forage for wild food, play in the stream, learn to track and observe wildlife, grow and harvest sprouts and microgreens, and explore the natural world. Activities will be outdoor in ALL weather, and students should come each day with a backpack of appropriate supplies (clothes, sunscreen, bug spray, towels). 

About the instructor:

Jason Reed is a passionate contributor to the dialogue on ecological responsibility and our role in the world. He is the Director of Sustainability and Ecoliteracy at the Waldorf School of Baltimore, where he works with students, teachers, and members of the local community. Closer to home, he lives on a 5 acre homestead near Stewartstown, PA which he shares with heritage hogs and turkeys, goats, chickens, and a basement bug-growing operation. Jason is a founding member of the Filbert Street Garden in Baltimore, MD.-An Open Society Institute recognized project. The Filbert St. Garden is an urban food forest designed as a safe space for community to educate and organize around their resources to create a safer, healthier home.

July 18th, 2019 9:00 AM   through   August 8th, 2019 12:00 PM
4945 Horn Road
York, PA 17406
United States
Phone: (717) 332-8710
Event Fee(s)
Where the Wild Things Grow $ 80.00

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