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February School Break on the Farm

February 21–February 25, 9:00–11:30 am for ages 7–12, $250
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In a small-group setting, students will build their own weather instruments and perform experiments and demonstrations that show the important role that plants play in reducing carbon in the atmosphere, as well as design landform models to see how different weather affects a variety of landscapes. We will see how climate change affects our Farm and the surrounding land, using our space as a living laboratory to explore the changing world around us.

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