06.30 - Rooster Co. Whole Hog Dinner
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

We would like to thank all of the volunteers from KPMG who came out here on Friday, April 22nd to help around the farm. We cannot thank you enough for all of your support. It is because of people and companies like yours that Auerfarm can maintain the property and keep it beautiful for all of the students and visitors.  Thank you again from all of us at Auerfarm.

You can now connect with us on LinkedIn.  LinkedIn

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Upcoming Events & Announcements

Still thinking about purchasing a ticket to our Party in Plaid?  Maybe the menu will help you decide.

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Local Beer and Wine.

Thank you to Jared at the Republic in Bloomfield for the evening's fine food!

http://www.republicct.com/

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From The Blog

Welcome to the 4-H Education Center at Auerfarm! 

We are open to the public from Dawn til Dusk every day.

Auerfarm is a community resource for education, farming, recreation, and community events. It is a sanctuary where you can get outside, visit farm animals, take a hike, work in our gardens, or even start your own plot!

The 4-H Education Center at Auerfarm is a gift of the Beatrice Fox Auerbach estate, established in 1976. She recognized the value of 4-H and the positive experience the farm provided for children. The agreement and commitment we make is to maintain the property as open space and to provide a community resource where children and families learn about and enjoy the ambiance of the farm.

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4-H EDUCATION CENTER AT AUERFARM TAPS BETH BYE AS EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR The Board of Directors of Auerfarm is pleased to annou…
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Programs

For more than three decades, young people have discovered a special relationship with the earth through visiting the 4-H Education Center at Auerfarm.

There is inspiration everywhere: walking the woodlands and fields, investigating trees, plants, and flowers, or discovering the natural habitats of birds and animals. Students leave here with new curiosity and a love of inquiry-based learning.

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