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Learn about these great programs through our local farm, Nourse Farm!

Climate Connectors Club
Come and connect with the world around you while creating and fostering your understanding of what kids can do to positively affect climate change. Together we’ll explore, discuss, and link key areas of environmental stewardship: sustainable agriculture, recycling/upcycling/repurposing, greenhouse gas emissions/renewable energy, as well as plant-based foods and nutrition. This club will meet Tuesdays from 7/13 through 8/10 from 9 AM to 1 PM. All sessions will include a related craft, games/activities, lunch, and concrete actions that kids/youth can take. We follow all national and state health and safety protocols. All sessions are on or around Nourse Farm in Westborough.

Veg Out @ Nourse Farm!
Learn about food from farm to fender with Veg Out @ Nourse Farm. We'll look at where food grows (on farms and/orchards) before it arrives on our plates, bowls or cups. We'll tour Nourse Farm, pick fresh berries, and enjoy a seasonal lunch prepared on site at the food trailer as we examine the origins of our food, connect with plant parts we eat, and spend time outside. Our guided tour, educational programming, and activity sheets reinforce key concepts about local food production.

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June 21 
6 - 9  N/A  06/21/2021
9:00 AM - 12:30 PM

Nourse Farm, 80 Jasper St
$30.00 Res
 
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June 28 
6 - 9  N/A  06/28/2021
9:00 AM - 12:30 PM

Nourse Farm, 80 Jasper St
$30.00 Res
 
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Climate Connectors Club 
6 - 10  N/A  Tu  07/13/2021 - 08/10/2021
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM

Nourse Farm, 80 Jasper St
$200.00 Res, $225.00 Non-Res
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