Hands on Homesteading
a take home learning series
brought to you in partnership with
Lone Spruce Farm and Hancock County 4-H
Welcome to Hands on Homesteading, a take home learning series! In this series, local youth will have the opportunity to develop some of the most critical skills that are part of daily life in agriculture and homesteading at Lone Spruce Farm.
Topics covered will be weather spotting and climate study, beneficial insects, weaving, baking, gardening, tree identification, animal husbandry and more. Packets will be delivered monthly and can be found at the Extension Office and the Lone Spruce Farmstand in Dedham, Maine. Reserve yours now by filling the form out below.
Current Kit: Junior Weather Spotting
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