Join us for our special locally grown sprouted spelt flour pancakes with Chagrin Valley Farms maple syrup, and farm fresh eggs.
Saturday, March 11 from 9:30 - noon.
At Kelly’s Working Well Farm and School we invite members of the Northeast Ohio community to participate in our permaculture enterprise by attending community building events like family game night, movie night, pancake breakfasts or pizza parties, attending our summer day camps and/or democratic school, participating in our community vegetable garden, planting trees or participating in natural building projects, or just visiting with the chickens or goats!
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Spring Seed Sale Fundraiser!
Interested in growing your own food or flowers this spring?
Order your seeds from Kelly’s Working Well Farm and support our community greenhouse initiative! Visit the Seed Sale Fundraiser page for more information.
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The School at Kelly's Working Well Farm!
Learn more about the School at Kelly's Working Well Farm
Go to School Admissions to read about what inspires us and how to enroll.
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Campers have the opportunity to get to know and care for the animals, learn about gardening, participate in cooking projects with seasonal, farm fresh food, create farm crafts with farm related materials and be introduced to the concepts & practices of permaculture. All activities are free choice.
Attend for one week, or the whole summer (up to seven weeks)!
Go to Preschool Camps or Day Camps for registration and more information including the dates, prices, and payment for the preschool and regular day camps. Be sure to check out our multiple week pricing discounts.
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Kelly's Working Well Farm, The Farm Next Door, is a family run, non-profit, educational farm striving to serve as a model of sustainable community-based agriculture.
At KWWF we have been working to turn an abandoned property into a place for the community to spend time visiting with the animals (chickens, goats, sheep, pigs, rabbits, guinea hens and ducks so far!) and to learn about permaculture, food production, food preservation and cooking with local, seasonal ingredients.