Our nonprofit educational farm is located just five miles from downtown Freeport and I-295.
All programming will take place outdoors, with the exception of livestock barns. When entering livestock barns, all program participants and staff will be required to wear a mask.
Participants will be split into 3 groups of 8 with 2 staff per group. Each group will be assigned to their own program space for the day and will not interact with the other groups. Groups will maintain 6ft social distancing practices.
Hand sanitizing and wash stations will be readily available throughout the property, as well as designated portable toilets. All equipment and program spaces will be sanitized before each use. Portable toilets will have a thorough cleaning schedule, with at least 4 cleanings per day.
Participant Health Screenings
Due to COVID-19, we will be sending a pre-screening questionnaire to registered families each morning of their registered session. Forms must be submitted daily. In addition, we ask that participants work with our staff to complete a temperature check upon arrival, using our non-contact thermometers. Additional details in registration process.
Any participant coming from outside the state of Maine, or participants from Maine who have traveled outside the state within the last month, must fulfill a 14-day quarantine in Maine prior to attending programming.
In considering COVID-19 and the increased risk of moving indoors, programming will be canceled if heavy rain or storms are predicted. We will not be utilizing any indoor space only to ensure the safety of our program participants, staff and families.
Cancellation notices will be sent out via Remind App (Link to register for this app will be provided upon completion of program registration).
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