Kids can enjoy ‘Winter on the Farm’ at Grafton’s Community Harvest Project


Grafton – During February school vacation week, fourth- to seventh-graders will have a unique opportunity at Community Harvest Project to participate in “Winter on the Farm,” an educational food and agriculture-themed camp. The camp will be held Feb. 21-24 from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. each day. Sign up is available on a daily basis ($50/day) or for all four days ($190). Activities are different each day, but touch on nutrition, hands-on cooking, plants, and the environment.

Winter on the Farm focuses on learning, tasting and experimentation so students don’t just know why to eat healthy foods, but what foods they like and how to prepare them to please their own palate. Campers will explore the great outdoors, cook, and do a variety of active games and creative projects to engage all learners. The goal of Winter on the Farm is for every camper to become more confident in preparing healthy foods, understand why healthy food is so important, learn how vegetables grow, and have fun through the whole day.

To register, visit For more information, email [email protected].

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