We are happy to announce that Brianne Studer has joined Farrington Nature Linc as our new program director. She will lead our summer program as we begin our 12th year, and help us expand opportunities to connect children from low-income communities with nature, the land, and outdoor fun.“The property and program offer a wide variety of opportunities for youth to connect with nature, whether they are more comfortable exploring the pond, digging in the garden, touching farm animals, or hiking the trails.” Studer said, “It is a great place for children to get to know the world around them in a different way.”

Farrington currently runs a summer program for visiting day camps from the Greater Boston area and, over its history, has hosted a number of programs for children to enjoy its woodlands, fields, ponds and farmland.

Brianne is currently the Cambridge Program Manager for Science Club for Girls, an informal science education organization.  She has worked in environmental education and informal education for ten years in Detroit, Alaska, rural New York, and has worked in the Boston area for five years.

We currently have openings for groups to come visit during the summer program. Please contact us if you are interested in booking a date or learning more.