3707 SE Johnson Creek Blvd
Matt Bibeau, gardenlearning(at)gmail(dot)com, 503-351-2075, https://www.facebook.com/JeansFarm/
Nestled among towering fir trees and bordered by Johnson Creek, Jean's Farm hosts Mother Earth School's grades program, offers farm visits for Portland area schools and grows food for a small CSA. The farm is maintained by the Institute of Permaculture Education for Children. IPEC also offers summer trainings for teachers who are inspiring change at their schools across the country.
Fri, June 3, 10am-2pm: Jean's Farm work party! Plant, harvest, prep for building projects
Sat, June 4, 10am-4pm: Farm kitchen improvement project: the new roof
Sun, June 5, 10am-4pm: Farm kitchen improvement project: the new countertop
Mon June 6 -Thurs June 9: Scheduled school programs only. No drop-ins on these days
Fri, June 10, 10am-2pm: Jean's Farm work party!
Sat, June 11, 10am-4pm: Japanese Torii building, farm projects
Sun, June 12, 5pm-8pm: Project benefit dinner.
Essential Access Information:
There is no vehicle access to Jean's Farm. ALL VISITORS arriving by vehicle must park on SE 36th or SE 40th Aves and walk to the black fence gate and the number 3707. Bikes are OK to ride down the entrance. Follow signs to Jean's Farm and be sure to greet the landowner, Steve Johnson, if you see him. Lunches will be provided on all public event days. Bring appropriate clothes for the weather. Children are welcome with supervision. No pets, please.