Adult Education Programs

Participants create wreaths during workshop with Ferriss Donham (Rebekah Carter 2016)Wright-Locke Farm’s education programs for teens and adults are a great way to learn practical skills related to healthy living, small-scale agriculture, and the wonders of nature. All workshops take place on the Farm or at Saint Eulalia’s Parish kitchen (50 Ridge Street- right down the street) and are open to individuals ages 14+ unless stated otherwise. We hope you can join us for one or more workshops this growing season!

Chef Karina Hines leads a cooking workshop (Rebekah Carter 2014)PLEASE NOTE: Registration for workshops is required. If you can no longer attend a workshop for which you are registered, the Farm will refund your tuition fee until 10 days prior to a program. No refunds are provided within 10 days of a workshop.

Spring Programs (more info and registration coming March 2017!)

Summer Programs (more info and registration coming March 2017!)

  • Various Yoga Programs with Brittney Burgess
  • Hot Water Bath Canning Seasonal Foods Workshops with Education Director Rebekah Carter
  • Summer-inspired Culinary Workshops with Chef Karina Hines and Françoise Matte and Cecile Penot-Dietrich of French in the Kitchen
  • Monday Evening Summer Pilates Sessions with Jennifer Ogonowsky
  • Culinary Herbalism Workshop with Chef Karina Hines
  • Summer Foraging Walk and Tasting with Russ Cohen
  • Seasonal Flowers Herbalism Workshop with Steph Zabel
  • Fermenting Vegetables Workshop with Education Director Rebekah Carter
  • Summer Flower Arranging with WLF Flower Farmer Ruth Trimarchi
  • Pressure Canning Workshop with Kimi Ceridon
  • Drying and Dehydrating Seasonal Foods Workshop with Education Director Rebekah Carter
  • Special Day Time Programs in partnership with the Jenks Center

Click here to see the Farm’s Upcoming Special Events


We are always seeking out local experts to lead practical skills workshops centered on the following subjects:

  • backyard farm animal care
  • backyard beneficial insect care (beekeeping or BI management)
  • soil health and/or composting
  • organic home gardening (edible and/or ornamental)
  • herbalism
  • flower cultivation and/or arranging
  • edible and medicinal plant or fungi foraging or small-scale cultivation
  • culinary skills or healthy cooking techniques
  • food preservation (especially pressure canning, cheese making, meat curing, home brewing, and similar culinary projects using local foods)
  • nutrition and health
  • natural fiber and related crafts (especially wool)
  • art and photography
  • outdoor fitness
  • nature walks and/or birdwatching

If you or someone you know might be interested in leading an adult workshop, please contact the Education Director. Please mention your typical rate for a 2-3 hour workshop (with or without material cost estimates). Workshop themes not mentioned above but relevant to our work are open for consideration.