The Environmental Education Center is a non-profit 501-c-3 organization with a mission is to provide hands–on educational experiences for all young people by exploring the complex interconnectedness of our natural world. Our purpose is to educate children about food, agriculture, and the environment. We believe people should make meaningful connections with our natural world in order to become responsible stewards of local and global sustainability.
Environmental Education Center
Mission and Purpose
NJ's Premier Nature
It’s time for your children to conquer new worlds, to make new friends, and to forge new connections. It’s time for them to turn off the iPad, TV and the computer, to go offline, and venture outside to explore the wonderful world that awaits at Fernbrook Farms Summer Camps!
Looking for the perfect way to supplement your curriculum?
Fernbrook Farms Environmental Education Center runs hands-on, outdoor science and nature classes here at the farm for Homeschool students ages 3–14 throughout the school year.
Get outside after school!
After school is a great time to get kids outside and engaged with nature. In today’s world where screen time is increasing, let’s change the conversation and talk about nature time increasing.
To learn more, watch an excerpt of our summer camp video.
Or...watch the full length video!
become a responsible steward
A few of our programs
Fernbrook Farms Environmental Education Center was formed in 2001 as a non–profit organization to educate children through year–round programs for campers, homeschooled children, public and private schools, scout groups, and more.
We offer age specific two programs with a focus is hands-on activities, exploration, games and experiments to provide students with a better understanding of nature, food, agriculture, and the environment.
Field trip programs at Fernbrook Farms are the perfect way to let your students explore their natural curiosities while acquiring new knowledge.
Join us for Fall, Winter, or Spring Camp Days and get your kids outside and engaged with nature when schools are out.