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Kena leads the educational programs at Ollin Farms, with seventeen years of experience sharing her passions for farming, food, science, cooking, and the Spanish language.  Our on-farm education programs are geared to teaching youth about healthy ecosystems through hands-on learning activities around the farm.  From preschool children through university engineering students, we love turning our working farm into an engaging classroom!


2024 Youth Summer Classes Schedule

We are looking forward to a summer full of engaged learning on the farm. 

Class descriptions and registration available here:


Little Ones at the Farm


Little-Ones Summer Classes
Suggested Ages 3-5

Options for Morning or Afternoon Classes

Tuition $200 per session



Session 1P- June 10th - 14th

Pollinator Theme
 9am-11:30am (Spanish)

Session 2P - June 10th - 14th

Pollinator Theme

Session 3P - July 8th - 12th

Healthy Soil Theme

Session 4P - July 8th -12th

Healthy Soil Theme
12pm - 2:30pm (Spanish)



Youth Summer Classes

Suggested Ages 6-1l


Sessions run Monday-Thursday 9am-2pm
Tuition $250 per session


Session 1 - June 24th - 27th

Session 2 - July 15th - 18th (Spanish)

Session 3- July 22nd - 25th


Middle Schoolers
Session runs Monday-Thursday 9am-2pm
Tuition $250 per session
Session 4MS - July 29th - Aug 1st


Registration for summer classes available at the folling link:

Field Trips/Tours at the Farm

Field trips and tours are available weekdays from Spring to Fall
All visits require advanced reservation

(kena@ollinfarms.com) to check availability

Cost is $15 per person, minimum ten participants

Typical field trip duration is 1-2 hours depending on group size, the pavilion area by the creek can be used for snack or lunch after the field trip.

Field trips and tours will include a variety of hands-on activities that can be tailored to meet specific goals of teachers, parents, or groups.  Examples of educational topics we have had in the past are:

-healthy eating and local food
-five colors on your plate

-farm as ecosystem
-wildlife and pollinators on the farm
-plant life cycles in regenerative agriculture
-sustainable technology and carbon sequestration
-team-building planting activities



Ollin Farms is a Healthy Eating, Active Living (HEAL) certified education center by Boulder County Health

Frequently Asked Questions about Youth Summer Classes:

What do kids need to bring for farming classes?

Sun block, water bottle,  extra clothes, tennis shoes, and a lunch.


What is your refund policy?
Tuition payments are non-refundable.  Tuition can be transferred to a different class the same season if space is available or can be transferred to a different student.


What level of Spanish is needed to be able to participate in the Spanish youth farming classes?


Spanish themed classes are aimed to build Spanish vocabulary while participating in farming activities.  They are appropriate for students currently studying Spanish as well as students with no prior Spanish language experience.  Kena adapts her teaching style to match the kids in each class to ensure a fun learning experience for all.

What if my kid(s) don't fit the suggested ages for summer class?

We suggest ages based on our experience with the activities involved and the goal to get all the kids working together. That being said, just like the farm itself, these classes build teamwork between different ages and skill levels and we can be flexible with ages, please reach out with any questions.

Do field trips and classes occur rain or shine? 


Yes! As farmers we are familiar with adapting to the weather, and have a variety of learning activities that can occur out of the elements if need be.


Below is a video produced by Eyes on Longmont in 2013 highlighting the experience at our youth summer classes.  







Questions about Ollin Education Programs?
Email Kena Here









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