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  • Homeschool | Fernbrook Farms Environmental Education Center
    differences between microbats and megabats they had time to search for the perfect bat habitat and even talk to Farmer Jeff about why bats are important to have on the farm Ms Jenna Ms Patty and Ms Kim cannot wait to find out what new discoveries will occur during the next 7 weeks of class Posted in Homeschool Lower Level Homeschool Newsletter The Boys Bathroom Undergoes Major Renovations Posted on March 26 2014 by Mr Brian Winter is the time for our facilities to undergo renovations to prepare for the busy spring and summer seasons Unfortunately the snow has delayed some of our projects but not the Boys Bathroom For our long time campers they know the boys once only used port a johns then saw the girls get a new bathroom as they moved into the old girls bathroom which has gone untouched for most of the past 10 years But not this year The boys finally get priority We painted over the murals from our first summers installed urinals and changing rooms All changes look great and the boys are sure to be very happy with the new look Posted in About the Farm Camps Fiddlehead Summer Camp Homeschool Newsletter Uncategorized Young Stewards Summer Enrichment Program Letter From Farmer Q Spring 2014 Posted on March 26 2014 by Mr Brian Dear Fernbrook Friends I would like to share with you a recent article from the Washington Post It s about the Farm Bill that wonderful piece of legislation somewhat clouded in objectives and influenced by special interest groups Taxpayers heavily subsidize corn and soy two crops that facilitate the meat and processed food we re supposed to eat less of and do almost nothing for the fruits and vegetables we re supposed to eat more of If there s any obligation to spend the public s money in a way that s consistent with the same public s health shouldn t it be the other way around So much for politics At Fernbrook we get no subsidies We grow our vegetables organically Throughout the farm we follow best management practices for sustaining the health of our crops our soil our employees and our community And most importantly we want to teach the children your children about how to live in this God given world responsibly But let s talk about the farm there s so much going on The boys bathroom has been totally refurbished using waterless urinals We have several new baby sheep and goats born in the past few weeks Despite all the snow this winter the farm has survived quite well Lots of broken tree limbs deer and rabbits have done a lot of damage to our nursery crops but right now we re moving full steam ahead The greenhouses are bursting with new seedlings ready for the fields our Children s Garden and our Plant Sale in May This year we re offering nearly 50 varieties of heirloom tomatoes as well as herbs rhododendron azaleas native plants and more In addition there are many exciting events planned for this Spring Our first ever Easter Egg and Scavenger Hunt complete with a picnic buffet lunch created by our own chef Christine Wendland Last Fall s Mud Run was so much fun that we re doing it again this Spring And of course our fourth annual Mother s Day Brunch and Plant Sale Check the upcoming events in this newsletter for more details and follow your emails for updates As always we hope you and your family are healthy and doing well in God s created world We look forward to seeing you soon on the farm Farmer Q Posted in About the Farm Camps Homeschool Newsletter Programs Uncategorized Young Environmental Artists at FFEEC Posted on January 6 2014 by Mr Brian As Fernbrook Farms Environmental Education Center s homeschool program continues to grow I am constantly trying to come up with creative ways to educate the students about the environment and their natural world With the help of a new part time teacher Kimberly Barlieb who has her Bachelors degree in Art Education from Moore College of Art and Design in Philadelphia we were able to create an Environmental Art Education experience for homeschool students who attended Fernbrook s Fall Winter Bridge Program The students registered for 3 two hour classes and throughout those three classes the students completed two projects The first project focused on the fish of the Delaware River more specifically Shad American Eel and White Perch The students learned about the parts of the fish as well as the local watershed system that Fernbrook Farms is a part of The students created paper mache fish using a balloon newspaper tape and flour water mixture They had to decide what the tail dorsal pectoral and pelvic fins were going to look like and where they were going to be placed The students had full creative control when it came to decorating their fish with Mod Podge and tissue paper They could create a natural look using greens browns and yellows or create an abstract colorful look using all of the colors of the rainbow The second project consisted of making homemade drawing charcoal The students collected sticks that had fallen from Willow Sycamore and Maple trees After peeling off as much bark as possible we placed the sticks in tin boxes wired them shut and placed them in a roaring fire We let the fire completely die down and let the boxes cool completely before allowing the students to draw with the homemade charcoal The focus of the drawings was winter trees and their branching patterns The students were encouraged to shade the background of the drawing paper to create a horizon line and sky line Our goal for this program was to broaden the minds of our students by encouraging them to pull inspiration from their natural world and apply it to their art projects and by the looks of their

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  • Lower-Level Homeschool | Fernbrook Farms Environmental Education Center
    perfect bat habitat and even talk to Farmer Jeff about why bats are important to have on the farm Ms Jenna Ms Patty and Ms Kim cannot wait to find out what new discoveries will occur during the next 7 weeks of class Posted in Homeschool Lower Level Homeschool Newsletter Young Environmental Artists at FFEEC Posted on January 6 2014 by Mr Brian As Fernbrook Farms Environmental Education Center s homeschool program continues to grow I am constantly trying to come up with creative ways to educate the students about the environment and their natural world With the help of a new part time teacher Kimberly Barlieb who has her Bachelors degree in Art Education from Moore College of Art and Design in Philadelphia we were able to create an Environmental Art Education experience for homeschool students who attended Fernbrook s Fall Winter Bridge Program The students registered for 3 two hour classes and throughout those three classes the students completed two projects The first project focused on the fish of the Delaware River more specifically Shad American Eel and White Perch The students learned about the parts of the fish as well as the local watershed system that Fernbrook Farms is a part of The students created paper mache fish using a balloon newspaper tape and flour water mixture They had to decide what the tail dorsal pectoral and pelvic fins were going to look like and where they were going to be placed The students had full creative control when it came to decorating their fish with Mod Podge and tissue paper They could create a natural look using greens browns and yellows or create an abstract colorful look using all of the colors of the rainbow The second project consisted of making homemade drawing charcoal The students collected sticks that had fallen from Willow Sycamore and Maple trees After peeling off as much bark as possible we placed the sticks in tin boxes wired them shut and placed them in a roaring fire We let the fire completely die down and let the boxes cool completely before allowing the students to draw with the homemade charcoal The focus of the drawings was winter trees and their branching patterns The students were encouraged to shade the background of the drawing paper to create a horizon line and sky line Our goal for this program was to broaden the minds of our students by encouraging them to pull inspiration from their natural world and apply it to their art projects and by the looks of their finished projects I believe we were quite successful We are even looking forward to offering an Environmental Art afterschool program in the Spring so check back for more details in the coming months To view more photos of the students and their projects head to our Facebook page Ms Jenna Posted in Homeschool Lower Level Homeschool Newsletter Uncategorized Homeschool Update Posted on October 7 2013 by Mr Brian Homeschool Update Our 2013 Fall

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  • Pre-K/kindergarten Programs | Fernbrook Farms Environmental Education Center
    parents and even grandparents that encourage the children to participate in the program and value the connections that the students are making to their natural world Our program would not continue to grow unless we had such loyal parents and students Keep an eye out for Fall Semester pictures on our Facebook page Fernbrook Farms Environmental Education Center Our next semester is our Fall Winter Bridge Program for children age 3 11 which starts December 3 rd 4 th and ends Dec 17 th 18 th It runs for 3 weeks and is a great way to bridge the gap between our Fall and Winter Semesters as well as try out our classes to see if you are interested in pursuing participation in future programs Registration is available on our website Our Winter 8 week Semester starts January 21 st 22 nd and ends March 11 th 12 th Registration for the Winter Semester will start around December 22 nd Our 8 week Spring Semester will begin April 1 st 2 nd and ends May 20 th 21 st Registration information is always distributed via Constant Contact emails and Facebook Posted in Homeschool Lower Level Homeschool Pre K Kindergarten Programs Upper Level Homeschool Tagged environmental education Fernbrook Farms homeschool nature Pre K Kindergarten Recent Posts Ms Jenna s Top 5 Young Stewards Summer 2014 Adventures 2014 Fall Pre K Kindergarten Homeschool Semester Letter From Farmer Q Categories About the Farm 28 Camps 29 Fall Break Camp 2 Family Programs 3 Fiddlehead Summer Camp 14 Friends of Fernbrook 3 Homeschool 10 How You Can Help 7 Lower Level Homeschool 4 Newsletter 44 Partnerships 8 Pre K Kindergarten Programs 1 Press Releases 5 Programs 18 Scholarships 1 School Field Trips 4 Scout Group Programs 1 Spring Break Camp 3 Uncategorized 37 Unit

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  • Upper-Level Homeschool | Fernbrook Farms Environmental Education Center
    Fernbrook about the biotic and a biotic life forms That didnt ryhme Oops Nature Cinquains Daft duck Colorful carefree Swimming flying quaking As he moves around the dirty pond Wild duck Silence Stillness peaceful Chirping pecking rustling Listening to the forest sounds Roaring Sunshine Hot bright yellow Shines on us happily Beautiful friend of all creatures Day star Earthworms Slimy icky Dig slither in the dirt Hiding from their predator birds Spring birds Posted in About the Farm Homeschool Upper Level Homeschool Homeschool Update Posted on October 7 2013 by Mr Brian Homeschool Update Our 2013 Fall Homeschool classes are underway with an overwhelming number of new students making this one of our most successful semesters thus far Over 125 homeschool students are attending classes for the next 8 weeks As we begin our 8 th year of homeschool classes we expect to make many new discoveries while exploring the forests fields meadows creek and pond Throughout these next 8 weeks the teachers are looking forward to seeing students take a special interest in the creatures and plants that make up their natural world Our Pre K and Kindergarten program taught by the ever popular Lydia Francis is one of our fastest growing programs The 3 and 4 year old students spent their first hour long class discovering the differences between living and non living things The 5 year olds explored weather and wind and even created their own weather vanes to test the direction of the wind Our Lower Level Homeschool program for children 6 11 years old is taught by Jenna Collins Fiona Mulligan and Kimberly Barlieb a new addition to our teaching team The first week of class the students searched the farm high and low for Amazing Arachnids We found various types of spiders and learned about the different webs they spin The Upper Level Homeschool program for children 12 14 years old is taught by Pam Newitt They are focusing on the Linnaen System of Classification of flora and fauna Throughout the semester they will not only be exploring the creatures that call Fernbrook home but they will have the chance to dissect a few specimens such as worms fish and frogs Our homeschool program has grown immensely since Fall 2005 when we began with only 20 25 students in attendance We believe that diversified experiential education will broaden their thoughts and prepare them for a life full of learning We are proud to share our mission with so many families who are dedicated to giving their children these special unique life experiences By Jenna Collins Posted in About the Farm Homeschool Lower Level Homeschool Upper Level Homeschool FFEC Students Build Archimedes Screw Posted on December 20 2011 by Jenna FFEC is working on adding more engineering and alternative energy projects and applications on the property These students took on a big trial project with the Archimedes Screw at the Fernbrook irrigation pond after building mini waterwheels also during the semester The following article was

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  • environmental education | Fernbrook Farms Environmental Education Center
    they otherwise wouldn t be able to have Register online today to have fun and support this great cause Posted in Uncategorized Tagged agriculture animals barn children garden latin family vegetables education environmental education fundraiser nature Trenton volunteers Fernbrook Videos Posted on December 20 2012 by Mr Brian A quick glance at Summer Camp Fernbrook Farms Summer Camp Video Farmer Q talks about why nature is important to our youth A typical day at Fernbrook Posted in Camps Tagged agriculture animals barn campfire camping canoeing children garden latin family vegetables Delaware River education environmental education farm Farmer Q fernbrook Fernbrook Farms food fundraiser hayride Kerney Barn marshmallows music nature Pine Barrens pond rain garden seasons sheep songs staff Trenton wagon ride As the Seasons Change Posted on September 23 2011 by Jenna To most people the Education Center has an unusual yearly schedule We start our year in Fall anxious to teach field trip students about tasty fall crops take homeschool students to the forests for dendrology lessons and plan our Not So Scary Halloween and Wreath Making family programs The seasons change and we build towards our most busy season summer with up to 100 campers each week exploring the farm and taking camping trips throughout New Jersey As we end this past summer and begin our new year with fall schedules I ve realized how important it is for staff to stop and reflect every so often like we encourage our campers to do during nature journal time Environmental education can be a tough profession with all the outdoor activity on both very hot and very cold days discipline issues changing plans due to storms and weather keeping students of all ages and grade levels engaged and safe and acquiring funding for nature and agriculture programming More importantly environmental education can be an extremely rewarding and far reaching profession Over the last year I have witnessed some incredible instances of compassion education eagerness and wonder during our programs that make every moment of stress and extra hour of work more than worthwhile for all of our environmental educators This summer Mr Peter and myself took groups of Young Stewards 12 14 year olds on two separate 4 day camping trips that provided a multitude of feel good moments Most notable were hearing the campers excited story telling to all who would listen about our Black Bear sighting a first for many in the group and reading journal entries describing the family bonds campers created on a 4 day trip with others they didn t know at the beginning of the week Just yesterday a 6 year old homeschool student was at Fernbrook for the first time and our group was traveling through the field pond area and woods searching for reptiles and amphibians We came across many earthworms along the pond trail and the new student stopped behind the group saying that she was terrified to go near any worms Before I could even get to the student

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  • Fernbrook Farms | Fernbrook Farms Environmental Education Center
    from a decomposing log Children can touch taste smell and feel the real not the virtual at Fernbrook They can develop a sense of wonder They can challenge their curiosities through exploration and hands on activities As winter begins we often think that our natural world becomes dull and uninteresting Nature in winter can be a fascinating experience it s a different pace slower quieter a valuable lesson in our fast paced technological world Put out a bird feeder look for animal tracks check out the night skies and watch the sensational sunsets and sunrises we ve had During this holiday time of year we are given the opportunity to stop listen see and act with compassion toward our neighbors and our world May you and your family enjoy a happy and blessed season Larry Farmer Q Kuser Posted in Newsletter Tagged alternative energy education Farmer Q Fernbrook Farms Kerney Barn nature solar panels Exciting Camp News and Registrations Posted on January 5 2012 by Jenna The Education Center is thrilled to announce a new structural addition to our facilities which should be completed before the start of Summer Camp 2010 a low ropes challenge course Project U S E will be constructing three different elements to be used during Monday morning team building at Summer Camp and through the year for businesses classes and scout groups These elements will be built in the small meadow between the animal pasture and irrigation pond This is in addition to a few portable elements we have are building and an exciting second grant from the Kerney Foundation to continue improving the classroom kitchen and lab space in the Kerney Barn Along with these announcements Fernbrook Farms Education Center welcomes all families to check out registration that is now open for our Fiddlehead Summer Day Camp for ages 6 11 and Young Stewards Summer Enrichment Program for ages 12 14 Looking for a birthday present for you child or grandchild Consider giving a summer week or a few school vacation days of special memories new experiences and friendships forged while exploring 230 acres of Fernbrook Farms So many discounts are available such as early registration discounts sibling discount returning camper discount active military discount and attend 4 or more weeks discount available as in the past This year we are also offering a special referral gift For each new family that writes your name on the how did you hear about Fernbrook line of their registration form we will award your family one camp t shirt of any available size on your first day of camp this summer We will be holding three Summer Camp Open Houses for families who are new to Fernbrook to take a tour meet staff and learn about our program Past families can also come and see the changes Bring a new family along to meet the expected babies in the animal barn and get an introduction to 2012 camp Lastly just a reminder that Winter Camp 2012 is held on Martin Luther King Jr Day as well as President s Day for kids to experience Fernbrook in the wonderful winter Activities include animal tracking in the snow winter bird watching building survival shelters with snow if we have some caring for any early animal babies possibly and many other activities to enjoy winter on the Farm Bring your children to Fernbrook to experience the wonders of Winter Camp with us when they don t have school Posted in Camps Newsletter Tagged Challenge Course education Fernbrook Farms Kerney Barn Fall Family Programs A Huge Success Posted on December 22 2011 by Jenna Gingerbread House Making in the Kearny Barn Over the last few months Fernbrook Farms Education Center held three of our annual family programs that brought many new and returning families to the Farm Around Halloween we hosted our Not So Scary Halloween event geared towards families and children age ten and younger for three nights The event consisted of a tractor pulled wagon ride around the farm while a storyteller told his story about Jersey Devil folklore and how the Jersey Devil was just misunderstood The wagon ride finished at a campfire in the woods where attendees enjoyed hot chocolate and musical entertainment from the Totora brothers Throughout the three nights we had over 160 people attend which greatly exceeds 2010 attendance numbers The first Sunday in December we held Wreath Making with Farmer Q We had a great turn out of 30 people The day started off at 1pm where people gathered for the demonstration by Farmer Q in the Cottage with hot chocolate in hand Then after the demonstration we headed out on the wagons into the Fernbrook Nursery fields to clip a variety of fresh greenery to decorate our wreaths The wagon ride ended at the Kearny Barn and everyone got their creative minds thinking of the best ways to use layering of colors and textures to create a holiday wreath to display in their homes Our final program of 2011 was the Gingerbread House Making family program There were 42 people that attended and families were eager to test their architectural skills to make gingerbread houses out of graham crackers royal icing and an assortment of candy decorations Families had a blast working together to create gingerbread houses to decorate their homes for the holidays Check out photos from all of the family programs held this fall winter on Fernbrook Farms Education Center Facebook page Posted in Family Programs Newsletter Programs Tagged Farmer Q Fernbrook Farms Gingerbread Houses Not So Scary Halloween wagon ride Wreath Making Continuing Environmental Education in Trenton Schools Posted on November 7 2011 by Jenna This Fall Fernbrook Farms Education Center continued our Unit of Study program in Trenton City Schools We partnered with ISLES in Trenton Fernbrook Farms partner with ISLES to better educate students about the environment which isa non profit organization that helps educate teachers students in Trenton school about how to take control of

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  • homeschool | Fernbrook Farms Environmental Education Center
    and even grandparents that encourage the children to participate in the program and value the connections that the students are making to their natural world Our program would not continue to grow unless we had such loyal parents and students Keep an eye out for Fall Semester pictures on our Facebook page Fernbrook Farms Environmental Education Center Our next semester is our Fall Winter Bridge Program for children age 3 11 which starts December 3 rd 4 th and ends Dec 17 th 18 th It runs for 3 weeks and is a great way to bridge the gap between our Fall and Winter Semesters as well as try out our classes to see if you are interested in pursuing participation in future programs Registration is available on our website Our Winter 8 week Semester starts January 21 st 22 nd and ends March 11 th 12 th Registration for the Winter Semester will start around December 22 nd Our 8 week Spring Semester will begin April 1 st 2 nd and ends May 20 th 21 st Registration information is always distributed via Constant Contact emails and Facebook Posted in Homeschool Lower Level Homeschool Pre K Kindergarten Programs Upper Level Homeschool Tagged environmental education Fernbrook Farms homeschool nature Pre K Kindergarten Recent Posts Ms Jenna s Top 5 Young Stewards Summer 2014 Adventures 2014 Fall Pre K Kindergarten Homeschool Semester Letter From Farmer Q Categories About the Farm 28 Camps 29 Fall Break Camp 2 Family Programs 3 Fiddlehead Summer Camp 14 Friends of Fernbrook 3 Homeschool 10 How You Can Help 7 Lower Level Homeschool 4 Newsletter 44 Partnerships 8 Pre K Kindergarten Programs 1 Press Releases 5 Programs 18 Scholarships 1 School Field Trips 4 Scout Group Programs 1 Spring Break Camp 3 Uncategorized 37 Unit of

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  • nature | Fernbrook Farms Environmental Education Center
    30am Noon to help our non profit Education Center beautify the property and prepare for a busy year of programs All ages welcome for any amount of time you can donate to help us plant the garden clear trails paint the barn doors build a fence around the rain garden string tree cookies and celebrate the Education Center progress Posted in About the Farm Family Programs How You Can Help Newsletter Press Releases Programs Uncategorized Tagged animals April barnyard calendar of events Children Nature Network family program national initiative nature sheep sheep shearing Planting a Rain Garden Posted on January 5 2012 by Jenna For a few years FFEC has dreamed about and planned to add a rain garden at Fernbrook Last year at this time Farmer Q planted three River Birch in the wet circle in the middle of the offices and Kerney Barn buildings to get the ball rolling This October Fernbrook Homeschool students ages 6 14 learned about the advantages and necessary considerations before planning the design of the Fernbrook rain garden Pinelands Nursery Bowman s Hill Wildflower Preserve and Fernbrook Nursery donated the wetland loving shrubs ferns and grasses that the students planted Then in November the staff prepped the garden for winter with mulch and bird feeders and we are now watching winter birds come to the new rain garden Homeschoolers planting in the Rain Garden In spring we will watch the garden come back to life showing how the students planned the flower colors and habitat design Over time we plan to add a wooden boardwalk bridge over the middle a small pond with lilypads and educational signs for visitors Posted in Camps Newsletter Programs Spring Break Camp Tagged education Fernbrook Farms nature rain garden spring Letter From Farmer Q Posted on January 5 2012 by Farmer Q Dear Friends Technology is a wonderful thing especially when it works You ve probably experienced the frustration of your computer not working the way you want it to or your GPS taking you down the wrong road Smart technology vs dumb people It seems to me that the challenge is to balance all this technology with human relationships Not only relationships with each other but with our communities our land our food our environment Like in so many other places technology becomes more and more a part of Fernbrook all the time We use email and Facebook to send program and event updates rather than the postal service We re creating online registration for summer camp and eventually you ll be able to pay for all programs online Our solar array can be monitored online as well We ve planned several more improvements to our Kerney Barn thanks to the continued generous financial support of the James Kerney Foundation This is what we might call low tech cooking appliances biology chemistry and physics lab equipment projector and screen But the most important aspect of any of this technology at Fernbrook is to allow kids the opportunity to experience their wold firsthand We want kids to build an Archimedes Screw see article below not just research it on the internet We want them to catch a butterfly dissect a fish or unearth some creepy crawly thing from a decomposing log Children can touch taste smell and feel the real not the virtual at Fernbrook They can develop a sense of wonder They can challenge their curiosities through exploration and hands on activities As winter begins we often think that our natural world becomes dull and uninteresting Nature in winter can be a fascinating experience it s a different pace slower quieter a valuable lesson in our fast paced technological world Put out a bird feeder look for animal tracks check out the night skies and watch the sensational sunsets and sunrises we ve had During this holiday time of year we are given the opportunity to stop listen see and act with compassion toward our neighbors and our world May you and your family enjoy a happy and blessed season Larry Farmer Q Kuser Posted in Newsletter Tagged alternative energy education Farmer Q Fernbrook Farms Kerney Barn nature solar panels Continuing Environmental Education in Trenton Schools Posted on November 7 2011 by Jenna This Fall Fernbrook Farms Education Center continued our Unit of Study program in Trenton City Schools We partnered with ISLES in Trenton Fernbrook Farms partner with ISLES to better educate students about the environment which isa non profit organization that helps educate teachers students in Trenton school about how to take control of their own physical environment and personal health This fall Mr Jim Simon and I educated over 200 students about Forest Ecology concentrating on understanding the importance of forests both for wildlife and for humans We worked in three schools Mercerville Elementary Village Charter School and Washington Elementary Ms Melissa on Tree ID Hike showing students the Cedar trees This program is unique in the way that we spend a total of 4 days with the students and teachers in their school and on the farm The first day we visit the school and spend about 40 60 minutes in each participating class teaching them about what a forest is and playing an interactive educational game By playing the game the students learn about the basic needs of animals and how the health of the forest has an effect on population growth On the second day we introduce the parts of a tree and how a tree works by having the students participate in the Tree Factory activity The third day is a field trip to Fernbrook Farms where they move between four investigation stations including a Tree ID Hike Soil Investigation Wildlife Hike and Forestry Techniques station In all of these stations the kids learn with hands on experiential learning activities Some highlights of the field trip stations have been finding a garter snake during the wildlife hike investigating FBI fungus bacteria and invertebrate in our compost pile tapping a Red

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