5th Annual Pig and Lamb Roast

Saturday, October 8 at 4:00 pm

Menu includes Pork and/or Lamb, corn on the cob, salad assortment, dessert, lemonade, water, BYOB. $20/person, children 12 and under free. Purchase tickets below or email kellyworkingwell@gmail.com to reserve tickets.​

The design for the TreeBarn at Kelly's Working Well Farm. What do you think?

Posted by Uncle Mud on Wednesday, March 30, 2016

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The School at Kelly's Working Well Farm!

Support our Tree Barn Fundraiser !

We are using the non-profit crowdfunding arm of Indiegogo known as Generosity. Use the link above or go to Generosity.com and find Tree Barn for Kelly's Working Well Farm to donate.

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.

Presenting the design for our new building!

Complements of Chris McClellan, aka Uncle Mud, this 1,000 square foot space will house the new school and store.

For more information see The Tree Barn. Fundraising will begin soon. Contact us to donate or contribute your time and talent.

The first week of school… As told by the students.

​"It was really fun and I had a lot of fun playing. I got to see goats and ducks and sheep." -Brianna

"We've done a lot of crafts. I especially liked making paper. Now that it's the second week I'm making a paper notebook." -Laina

"I had really fun making paper and going on the tight rope and playing." Cassidy

"It was really fun and I caught a pet caterpillar and it turned into a chrysalis." Theo 

"I got to see yoghurt under a microscope!" Eden 

16519 South Franklin Street

Chagrin Falls, 44023



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. 



Our Mission

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.