Mass Ag in the Classroom WORKSHOPS
Since 1996, Massachusetts Agriculture in the Classroom has offered more than 250 workshops on farms across the state bringing on-farm education experiences to more than 3,000 educators.
Each session offers an in-depth educational overview of one aspect of agriculture with related hands-on activities that helped teachers take agriculture back to their classrooms. Each workshop also includes a farm tour and the opportunity to meet the farmer and learn about work that goes on at the farm. Ten professional development points are offered to teachers for each of the workshops, when they take what they learn back to the classroom and carry out an activity with their students and then send a report.
Herbs, Herbs, & More Herbs (June 8, 2019)
We had a wonderful day full of scents, tastes, and information about using herbs in cooking and to lift our minds and spirits.
Thank you, Hartman's Herb Farm!
Growing Young Minds & Creating Roots (June 15, 2019)
A great day to learn about indoor and outdoor gardening and how to make better use of the school garden and tying it into the
curriculum. We even started Worm Bins! Thanks to all who presented and participated.
Grow Your School Garden and Use What You Grow! Thursday, August 1, 2019
Lots of information, cooking and fun at Community Harvest Project in No. Grafton. Thanks to all who attended.
Fun-Filled Field Farm Trips for Your Class (Friday, August 16, 2019) FREE - NO CHARGE TO YOU!
Join us at Whittier Farms in Sutton where we will experience a farm field trip, learn about farming for generations. participate in activities, and enjoy a farm-fresh lunch.
Pre-registration is required and space is limited, so sign up today! Finish off your summer vacation with a free workshop.
When: This Friday, August 16, 9-3
Where: Whittier Farms, 90 Douglas Rd, Sutton