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  • Scattergood Farm grows over 140 different varieties of produce and raises close to 200 animals every year.
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Scattergood Friends School sits on 126 acres, which includes 35 acres at Scattergood Farm. 10 acres of the farm are certified organic. The Farm serves as a living laboratory for various classes and projects as well as providing the Scattergood community with the majority of food eaten in the dining room.  Throughout the year, Scattergood Farm is teeming with life. There are close to 200 animals and over 140 different types of produce including everything from broccoli and Brussels sprouts to kohlrabi and edamame.  Each year the Farm explores different varieties and breeds to determine which of these will best serve the needs of the Scattergood community and its surrounding partners.  This year alone, the Farm grew over 45 different types of tomatoes and more than 8 varieties of lettuce.  After all Scattergood's needs are met, excess produce is sold or donated. 

The Farm is a regular part of a Scattergood student's life. On any given day, students might take part in a farm crew, be responsible for gathering eggs, eat and prepare locally grown food, take farm data for a science lab, or walk over to visit the baby pigs.  The Farm is also an important feature in the Scattergood academic curriculum, providing students with real-world examples to facilitate the understanding of key concepts.  It has been incorporated into many classes including Biology, Advanced Biology, General Science, Social Studies, and Drawing.   Having a school farm allows us to engage students through the use of an outdoor classroom through which they can learn about the world around them and see the relevance of class subjects to their environment. 

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Scattergood Friends School sits on 126 acres, which includes 35 acres at Scattergood Farm. 10 acres of the farm are certified organic. The Farm serves as a living laboratory for various classes and projects as well as providing the Scattergood community with the majority of food eaten in the dining room.  Throughout the year, Scattergood Farm is teeming with life. There are close to 200 animals and over 140 different types of produce including everything from broccoli and Brussels sprouts to kohlrabi and edamame.  Each year the Farm explores different varieties and breeds to determine which of these will best serve the needs of the Scattergood community and its surrounding partners.  This year alone, the Farm grew over 45 different types of tomatoes and more than 8 varieties of lettuce.  After all Scattergood's needs are met, excess produce is sold or donated. 

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Scattergood Friends School sits on 126 acres, which includes 35 acres at Scattergood Farm. 10 acres of the farm are certified organic. The Farm serves as a living laboratory for various classes and projects as well as providing the Scattergood community with the majority of food eaten in the dining room.  Throughout the year, Scattergood Farm is teeming with life. There are close to 200 animals and over 140 different types of produce including everything from broccoli and Brussels sprouts to kohlrabi and edamame.  Each year the Farm explores different varieties and breeds to determine which of these will best serve the needs of the Scattergood community and its surrounding partners.  This year alone, the Farm grew over 45 different types of tomatoes and more than 8 varieties of lettuce.  After all Scattergood's needs are met, excess produce is sold or donated. 

The Farm is a regular part of a Scattergood student's life. On any given day, students might take part in a farm crew, be responsible for gathering eggs, eat and prepare locally grown food, take farm data for a science lab, or walk over to visit the baby pigs.  The Farm is also an important feature in the Scattergood academic curriculum, providing students with real-world examples to facilitate the understanding of key concepts.  It has been incorporated into many classes including Biology, Advanced Biology, General Science, Social Studies, and Drawing.   Having a school farm allows us to engage students through the use of an outdoor classroom through which they can learn about the world around them and see the relevance of class subjects to their environment. 

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