Children’s Programs


The kids are getting their hands dirty at the UBC Farm!

What are the kids up to at the UBC Farm? They are most likely gardening their plots in the children’s garden, learning how to make a pumpkin loaf with their mentors, or identifying bugs along the agroforestry trail. There is a bounty of activities that we find our farm kids engaging in: field games, seeding in the greenhouse, fort-building, composting, apple-picking, berry-picking, potato-hunting and medicine-making, just to name a few.

Stay tuned to UBC Camps

to register for summer camp at the UBC Farm!
Day Camps

Explore, run, create and learn in our beautiful Children’s Learning Garden, observe beehives and in-season crops on field trips around the farm.

The theme of each of our one-week camps will be learned through a variety of exciting recreational activities, crafts and hands-on experiences. Camps include forest adventures, planting, eco-crafts, popsicle making, and (of course) a chance to harvest, cook and eat fresh garden produce!

We are partnered with UBC Camps for the registration of UBC Farm FarmWonders Summer Camps.

Visit UBC Camps to register for Nature Explorers Spring Break Camps and FarmWonders Summer Day Camps – all at the UBC Farm.

A camp counselor giving tours to a group of children.
A group of people in beekeeping suits.
Field Trips

Every year, spring to fall, the UBC Farm offers field trip programming for a wide range of young audiences.

Our field trips provide an opportunity for children to see and learn about a working certified organic farm and to discuss important social and ecological aspects of food production in our area. Join us to learn about bees, explore the forest, examine soil or compost, and visit the Children’s Garden for a snack!

Request a Field trip here.

Get Involved with FarmWonders

Come work with kids and share your passions for the environment, science, outdoors and food in our dynamic Children’s Learning Garden! Volunteers are accepted for FarmWonders Day Camps over spring break and the summer. Volunteers are key to making our camps a fun and safe environment for children. Please email if you are interested in becoming a volunteer.
A volunteer reading to a child.
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