Summer Adventures at the Farm

This unique Summer Camp program provides your child with opportunities to experience farm life and to connect with the land, our animals, and each other. Registration Open to Members February 1st and Nonmembers February 15th

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Your contribution helps provide programs & events for the entire community, and supports our organic farm and historic open space.

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Online Transplant Sale

Our online transplant sale is up for the 2023 season. As in previous years, you may order your transplants online and they will then be available for pickup in mid-April for cold hardy crops and mid-May for warm weather crops, dates to be announced. As always our transplants are grown in our greenhouse from seed in an organic, compost based, biologically-active potting soil and tended to by your friendly farmers.

We're Hiring for Summer Camp!

We are looking for energetic Senior Counselors (18+) to help create an exciting and life-changing summer experience for our campers! Our counselors engage campers in songs, games, and activities that will harbor a strong connection to the land, the animals, and the community. Senior Counselors will prepare and lead activities revolving on all the important facets of farm life, including cooking, gardening, woodworking, crafting, and natural exploration. We are also seeking a part-time Summer Program Coordinator (21+) to support our Director of Programming in leading kids of all ages in Farm based activities through our summer camp and apprentice programs.

Junior Apprentice Program

This 6 week session is designed for children who are interested in learning more about how the natural world and the farm come together through hands on and engaging activities, games, and crafts. Our Junior Apprentices will spend a lot of time visiting and learning how to handle our animals. The Apprentices also have a weekly activity centered around the natural world! Click here to learn more.

Pysanky Ukrainian Egg Decorating

Join us for a Ladies Night Out to learn the ancient craft of Ukrainian egg decorating! Made using a wax batik method, Pysanky is a form of folk art that incorporates different symbols and shapes that are brightly and intricately colored. Decorate eggs in a traditional design or create your own while gabbing with your gal pals. We’ll provide cheese, crackers and accompaniments to nibble on and we invite you to bring along your drink of choice. Registration is limited, sign up today!
Seasonal Sale

Maple Syrup Open House

Rescheduled to: Saturday, March 11th 11:00am - 1:00pm

Come experience a New England tradition: turning sap into syrup! Kids and families will have an opportunity to tap a tree, take the maple syrup taste test, learn about Indigenous Peoples, colonial, and modern methods of making syrup; and, of course, taste Ambler Farm’s very own maple syrup over vanilla ice cream. Bottles of Ambler Farm Maple Syrup will be available for sale.