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• 8/25/11
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Keeping Summer in a Jar by Morgan Sherburne

• 9/7/11
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Berries From Another Era by Morgan Sherburne

• Fall 2011-
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Jewels of Autumn by Fischer Jex

• Winter 2012-
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Sap Run: Essence of the Trees by Fischer Jex

• Spring 2012-
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Spring Nettles: Don't let prickly nature scare you off by Fischer Jex

• Spring 2012-
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Fables and Fermentations: The Cultural and Culinary Elderberry by Fischer Jex

The Martha Wagbo Farm and Education Center is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization situated on a 212-acre historical homestead in the rolling hills of the beautiful Jordan River Valley, as seen in the banner above. Based in Northwest Lower Michigan, our land encompasses a wide array of habitats including fields, marshes, beech-maple forest, and pine forest. We invite you to explore this charming landscape with us!

Started in 1992 and incorporated as a non-profit in 1995, our mission is to provide an inspirational place for people to connect with each other and the land. We fulfill this goal by engaging the public in peace and justice issues, teaching adults and children about our surrounding natural landscape, and promoting sustainable living on our land and throughout our community. 

Throughout the year you will find diverse activities taking place on the farm: maple sugaring in the spring, foraging forays in the summer, cider pressing demos in the fall, and animal tracking in the winter-- plus workshops, field trips, and festivals scattered through the seasons. We hope you will come out and share the experience with us!

→Check out our latest news on our blog.

→Read more about our center here.

→Learn how to support the Wagbo mission.

→Trying to figure out where we're located? Here's a map!

→Are you an educator seeking learning opportunities for your students? Contact us to learn more about field trip and in-house programming.


Martha Wagbo Farm and Education Center • 5745  N. M-66, East Jordan, MI 49727 • 231-536-0333 • info@wagbo.org
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