A Summer Day at Garden Sweet Farm for Girls Who Want to Explore How Small Choices Make a Big Impact

On June 15th, Pretty Brainy & OtterCares are teaming up for a summer day of STEAM service learning & mentoring at Garden Sweet Farm. Get your hands dirty, smell the flowers, pick the veggies, learn with leaders, give back to your community, and be inspired.

AGES 13-18

Why You Want to Join:

A young women holding up a a big nutritious head of lettuce from Garden Sweet Farm.

  • Learn about sustainable, regenerative, organic agriculture principles and practices.
  • Discover how the food we choose to buy and eat has a big impact on the environment and our health.
  • Connect with the earth and mentors while giving back to our community on this nurturing land.
  • Gain service learning experience on which you can build for college and scholarship applications

What You Can Expect:

  • Enjoy the morning on this gorgeous farm with mentors from OtterBox, learning about the ecological and health benefits of locally sourced food. A basket full of Garden Sweet bounty!
  • Harvest food that will be donated to the Larimer County Food Bank, pull weeds and cut fresh flowers for bouquets to be sold at the garden stand.
  • Picnic  at the farm and dive into what being a leader in our community means and how we can support each other on the STEAM path.
  • Bring a pair of gardening gloves, sunscreen & hat, a packed lunch & water bottle, and whatever else you need for a day of fun in the sun!

*You know: science, tech, engineering, art + design, and math. Or STEM with Art + Design at its heart.

Space is limited and filling up fast.  Register you and your bestie by June 9th!


Date: June 15th

Event Time: 8:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

Location: Garden Sweet, 719 W. Willox Ln, Fort Collins, CO 80524

Refreshments: Coffee, Juice & Bagels in The Morning

Register Now

Here’s how —
1. Complete the registration form below.
2. Click “Submit.” You will be taken to a page where you will be given essential reminders and can make a donation for the program if you feel called to do so.

Our Program Partners

Deane Jewett, in Memory of Joann Jewett