Farm & Garden
Why a Farm?
Often cited as a highlight of the NCS experience, our farm program provides opportunities for real and meaningful work that teach children valuable life lessons.
Caring for animals, individually and as a group, teaches children how to nurture other beings.
Doing actual farm work shows children the importance of their individual contributions to a larger community.
Understanding where our food comes from is best learned by being part of a physical process of growing and harvesting food.
Spending time on the farm allows children to develop a strong connection to the environment and a future interest in protecting it.
Gaining an understanding of the lifecycle of plants and animals, and the interconnectedness of all organisms, enhances learning across all academic disciplines.
Read more about North Country School's Farm and Place-based Curriculum.
PDF found here: //northcountryschool.org/files/2013/04/FarmPlaceCurriculum.pdf
For a limited time, watch the newest members of our community come into the world under the loving eyes of their mother sheep on our LambCam!