The Philip Foster Farm is all about hands on learning experiences for people of all ages. Kids of all ages love the farm as it allows them to see and feel what life as a pioneer was all about. We teach history of the Foster Family as well as Oregon Trail history. If you are looking for a more immersive experience we offer group tours, summer camps, and host a handful of annual events that will take visitors for a peek of the past on the farm.
The Jacknife-Zion-Horseheaven also collaborates with the Clackamas County Heritage Council to improve historic preservation and education across our county.
Trails Across Time
Wish you could go to school at the Philip Foster Farm? Students in the 6th-12th grades can do just that, with a free, fully-accredited program that combines two days a week of one-room-schoolhouse fun, education and responsibility with three days a week of online work at home.
Registration is limited to 20 students for the fall of 2020, and classes will be held on Wednesdays from 9:00 to 11:30 at the Farm, with additional classwork online. For more information, see this document, or contact [email protected].
To enroll in this program, apply to Summit Learning Charter and request the Living History Immersion Program.