Forest and Farm School Tours
Learn more about our Forest and Farm School campuses either by watching a virtual tour or scheduling a tour in person!
Email our Nature Immersion Program Manager at email@example.com to schedule an in-person tour!
Forest and Farm School Virtual Open Houses
A cozy opportunity to chat with teachers, enjoy a virtual tour, and talk with our Program Manager. Our virtual open house is a great way to see why EdenAcres is a perfect fit for your family!
We will hold two virtual open houses hosted on Zoom. You will be sent the links to join the event after you register. Please register using the links below.
Tuesday, December 7th
5:00 - 6:00pm
Register for the event here: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZAtfuqqqD0sHty0yY55dDkW2tH-VQfTyGR7
Tuesday, January 11th
5:00 - 6:00pm
Register for the event here:
"Eden Acres is hands-down my son's all-time favorite homeschooling activity. Every day he asks if it's an “Eden Acres” day, (he attends twice per week) and eagerly counts down the days until he can return. Fallon (aka “Falcon”) Harris is the director, whose mission is to provide a unique full-day multi-age environmental education program specifically for homeschoolers.
EdenAcres' competent staff facilitate fort and wigwam building, fire-making, plant identification, knife-safety and whittling skills, bow and arrow making, and nature journal observations, among other activities. They learn community-building through group games and discussions, that extend even to economic models put into practice through the exchange of wood-chip “currency” for the acquisition of bows, arrows or wood for building, and even property and land management for future fort construction.
My son has ample opportunity to apply his engineering and math spatial skills to design and execute the building of multi-story forts and climbable structures. He is always eager to start his day and comes home proud of his accomplishments. This program is great for boosting self-confidence and competence.
His only complaint is that he cannot attend Eden Acres every day of the year."