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Farm Classroom and Growing Up WILD

Last date was Thursday, May 23rd, 2019 from 9:00am to 12:00pm (CT)
This has ended. If you attended, let the organizer know by recording your Impact!


Positions0 Remaining
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Age Limit18 and up

Farm Classroom (2nd-5th grade) and Growing Up Wild (PreK-1st grade) are field trip programs at the Historic Herff Farm 

These programs run seasonally Spring (March-May) and Fall (September-November) Tuesday-Thursday 9am-12pm

Volunteer Guides lead hands-on activities with groups from 10am-12pm 

Farm Classroom and Growing Up WILD offer a variety of  activities for Volunteer Guides to lead:
  • Plant Life Cycles 
  • Composting 
  • Pioneer History
  • Backyard Chickens
  • Recycling 
  • Birds 
  • Insects 
  • Worms
  • and many more! 

*If you would like to share a special topic of interest pertaining to Horticulture or Sustainability practices not listed, please contact the Farm Programs Coordinator at to collaborate. 

Field Trip Orientation is held in the Spring (late February) and Fall (early September), and covers any important program information. New Volunteer Guides must shadow an experienced guide during a regularly scheduled field trip at least once before leading an activity. You can sign up through out the year regardless of attending orientation. All information can be shared via email or in person during shadowing. 

CausesAnimals Children & Youth Sustainability Community Economic Development Conservation Early Childhood Education Education Environment Environmental Education Food Insecurity, Hunger Health Nutrition Water Conservation
SkillsArts and Crafts Child Care Help w/Animals Help w/People Mentoring Nutrition Planting and Gardening Teaching
146 Positions Filled | 129 Impacts | 471 Hours

Location: 33 Herff Road, Boerne, TX 78006

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