Growing a Love of Literacy on the Farm

The reading we experience and exposure we have to books as a child shapes our lives in ways so powerful, it really is unlike any other reading we may do in our lives. To become a lover of books is to become a lifelong learner. It has the potential to open doors to new...

Regenerative Agriculture at Learning Tree Farm

Learning Tree Farm’s practices have always been focused on conservation and providing a farm environment where children can explore and learn through up-close interactions with farm life. Sixty-four of our eighty-five acres are currently protected under the Clean Ohio...

All The Things Summer Camp Should Be!

Come join us in our camp cheer… How do we work?!? (We work hard!!!) How do we play?!? (We play hard!!!) What do we learn?!?! (We learned lots!!!) Did we have fun?!? (YES!!!!) The addition of our three-day-long sampler camps this summer was a great success! You’ve...

COVID19 Resources For Families

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...

Farm Animal Updates | Duck Eggs!

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!...

Learning Tree Farm Reads! The Story of Ferdinand

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...