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Updated: May 18, 2021 Effective May 18th, 2021, vaccinated staff members and guests are no longer required to wear masks while visiting the farm unless stated in the registration for a specific program. Guests over the age of 12 who are not vaccinated are asked that...

We are often asked how we manage to have so many friendly, calm animals at Learning Tree Farm. Take a look and let us give you a peek into the working side of our farm.  We breed our sheep and goats every year so we can...

Summer camp kids enjoying a day at the farm! We don’t want you or your friends to miss out on all the awesome adventures this summer!!! REGISTRATION CLOSES THIS FRIDAY, JULY 2ND, so be sure to check out our program at https://www.learningtreefarm.org/programs/summer-camp/ and register today! In case...

One of our newer features at the farm has quickly become a favorite for young visitors. Have you had a chance to check out our Nature Playscape? Located toward the top of the hill behind the Century Farmhouse, the nature playscape includes boulders, net tunnels,...

Let’s Get Messy! This is an easy and fun outdoor activity to do with your child! You will need: Dirt, Water, Paintbrushes, Watering Can or Something to Hold Water, Bowl or Container to Mix in, Shovel Once you have all your materials together, find a nice patch of...

Spring has arrived at Learning Tree Farm, and our staff couldn’t be more excited to see and feel this change occur. Not only do we get to see more children and families running, exploring, and experiencing nature, but also feeling that shift in the air...

There’s always an adventure to be had at Learning Tree Farm, but the past year has definitely challenged our education staff to think outside the box! Initially, our nature preschool facility was closed last spring along with all childcare and schools in the state of...

Join our nature preschool teachers as they share stories and nature-based education with our preschool students during distance learning!...

Resources during COVID-19 (Coronavirus) **Special thanks to United Rehabilitation Services for many of the links and information listed.** Below is a collective list of resources to help you get through this time. CHILDREN’S ACTIVITIES: Click here to view an extensive list of home activity websites.Enroll in the Ohio Governor’s...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yrcI8a7U5UM Learning Tree Farm's Director of Farm Operations, Loralynn, introduces viewers to some of the upcoming animals on the farm-- baby ducks! Duck eggs take 28 days to incubate and our baby ducks have 9 days to go! Check out these fun, duck-themed resources for kids:...