Nature Programs at Hilltop Farm

Our Summer Nature Programs offer children the opportunity to explore the out of doors at Hilltop Farm. Participants will learn about nature, science, make friendships under the guidance of scientists and teachers. Our Nature Programs promote an understanding and love of nature. Summer Programs includes three age groupings and runs from July 10-Aug 4.
 
 
It works out best for us if you pay by check, but if you prefer to pay with a credit or debit card, you may use the PayPal Registration Links below each session description. You may use the PayPal service as a "guest" even if you do not have a PayPal account.
Please leave a message at 860-758-0668 if you would like to discuss tuition assistance.
 
LITTLE BUGS - AGES 4-6
Welcome the Summer by exploring the out of doors at Hilltop. Discover the hidden V B040 37 197treasures in the trees and bushes, listen to the birds and look for bugs. Through investigations, game and activities, stories and crafts we will uncover the natural life of this area. This is a 2 hour introduction in the development appreciation of the out of doors with an adult and child. Sessions are Tuesday's from 10am till noon.
Fee for each session is $20:
PayPal Registration Links:
           July 25th     August 1st
 
CONSERVATION EXPLORERS - AGES 6-9
Explorers will discover the wildlife in the hills at Hilltop farm in this hands on, science day program. Participants will see what grows at Hilltop and the pollinators that help things grow.Week-long sessions are Monday thru Friday from 9am till 1pm.
Fee for each session is $150:
PayPal Registration Links:
         July 24-28
 
 
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Workshops are aligned with STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) principles. Our goals are to:
- Promote an understanding and love of nature.
- Advocate the wise use and preservation of natural resources.
- Educate about the interrelatonship of soils, water, plants, animals, and people.
 
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