From Seed to Table

At Snipes Farm & Education Center, we use the land as a classroom to give visitors a new perspective on sustainable farming. We provide a hands-on, experiential education opportunities to kids and adults and essential insights into the lifecycle of the foods we eat.

Education

We bring hands-on fun STEM lessons to schools and turn our farm into a campus for learning and discovery! Take a tour in the Spring, Summer and the Fall!

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CSA

Pick up your fresh veggies, fruit and eggs from our sustainable historic farm!  Register now for your 2016 Veggie Share!

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Donate/Volunteer

 Volunteer, make a donation, contribute time and energy.  Let’s make a difference in our community together!

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Summer Camp

   Fun times and new friends and where campers learn, tend and grow! Snipes Farm Day Camp for children ages 5-12 from June through August.

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Get ready to learn, grow and connect through hands-on classes and events!

CSA Open House

Meet your farmers, walk the land and learn about our veggies and eggs!

Saturday May 7th 2:30-4:30pm

 

Back Yard Chickens Class  Saturday May 7th 10am-noon

Thinking about raising chickens? Wondering how much work it might be? What the challenges and benefits could be?

Come to Back Yard Chickens Class to learn about materials, equipment, municipal code, breeds and more!

Reservations Required for Classes!
  Email: melanieds@snipesfarm.org or call: 215-295-1139 Ext. 105   

 

Don't miss the Land of Enchantment Festival!

May 21st  11am-6pm at Snipes Farm!

$5 per person entrance fee

Enjoy the Greatest Pirate Story Never Told, an interactive show with sword play and lots of laughs!

"How the Fairy Lost her Wings" play in the Enchanted Forest

Live Music and Dance Troupes

Vendors

Bouncies

Food Trucks

Pony Rides

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED!

For more information call: 215-295-1139 Ext 102

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