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Kena leads the educational programs at Ollin Farms, with over ten years of experience sharing her passions for farming, food, science, cooking, and the Spanish language through her fun and engaging classes. Her teaching philosophy is that kids learn best when they are physically active and in a safe environment, and this focus on interactive and fun learning permeates our curriculum for school field trips, youth summer classes, and partnerships with the City of Longmont and local school districts.  There is so much to learn from the natural ecosystems on the farm, come join us on the journey of discovery.


Youth Farming Classes

2019 Youth Class Schedule will be posted in February

Field Trips/Tours at the Farm

Field trips and tours are available weekdays from May through October
All feild trips require advanced reservation

Field trips will include a variety of hands-on activities that can be tailored to meet specific curriculum needs of teachers, parents, or groups.  Examples of educational topics include healthy heating, farm as ecosystem, cycles in a plant's life, photosynthesis, developing holistic strategies, water conservation, soil health, erosion, animal husbandry, etc.


Field Trip Costs
$12 per person, minimum ten people
Partnerships with SVVSD and BVSD allow us to offer a 25% discount for participating schools

Typical field trip duration is 1-2 hours depending on size, the pavillion area by the creek can be used for snack or lunch after the field trip.
To check availability for field trip dates, please email Kena (kena@ollinfarms.com)


Ollin Farms is a Healthy Eating, Active Living (HEAL) certified education center by Boulder County Health


Below is a video put together for an Eyes on Longmont project back in 2013 highlighting the youth summer classes.  

Yes, we need to leave a better planet for our children,
but equally important is to leave better people for our planet.

Frequently Asked Questions:


Are the classes the same from year to year?
We have kids that have been returning every summer; we change some things or introduce new subjects each year. Just like the farm, the farm classes are always adapting, and each year we add new themes and activities.

What do kids need to bring?

Sun block, water bottle,  extra clothes, tennis shoes, lunch and a snack for the first three days (full-day groups only). 

What if my kid(s) don't fit the suggested ages?
We suggest ages based on our experience with the activities involved and the goal to get all the kids working together. That being said, just like the farm itself, these classes build teamwork between different ages and skill levels.







Questions about Ollin Education Programs?
Email Kena Here









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