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Updated: April 7, 2020 Dear Friends of Learning Tree Farm, With the COVID-19 situation continuing to evolve, we are adjusting how we are responding at Learning Tree Farm. Given the close quarters in our barns and for the health and safety of our guests and employees, we...

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:...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2HfqB0uk2z4&t=10s Community Education Coordinator, Jean Berry, reads an age-old favorite story about a bull who doesn't want to fight-- he only wants to sit and enjoy the flowers. Jean is joined by Learning Tree Farm's very own Ferdinand for this fun reading! ...

At this February's For the Love of the Farm event, we were working on writing skills-and no one even knew it!  The morning was spent on intentional activities designed to show our animals the LOVE as well as work the large and small motor skills...

We all love those dreamy warm spring or fall days where the weather is perfect, everyone is well-rested, healthy, and ready for adventure. However, those days in Ohio are fleeting, just as they are in life. Going outside to play or work, no matter the...

Nikki has been one of Learning Tree Farm’s talented, trained educators for two years, but her affection for the farm goes back much farther than that.  When Nikki’s son, Miles, was five years old, they discovered the farm. It was, she says, “a hidden gem...

It’s late afternoon on a late autumn day.  The light is already fading; the temperature is 30? and dropping; there’s an ice storm on the way.  Most of us were heading to our cozy homes for warm dinners and hoping that nothing would require heading...