Moraine Farm Partnerships
Cape Ann Waldorf School is exceedingly fortunate to have as neighbors at Moraine Farm two other non-profits, each of whose missions and programs complement our own.
Project Adventure is a non-profit specializing in providing schools, agencies, and corporations the tools necessary to implement effective experiential programs and to effect positive growth or change. It offers year-round experiential education programs emphasizing community and group-building techniques. Its programs are designed to foster many of the same attributes Cape Ann Waldorf School instills in our students: personal and group responsibility; self-discovery and relationship building; communication and collaboration; problem solving; and respect for oneself and others. Project Adventure has been resident at Moraine Farm since 1999.
The Trustees of Reservations are the nation’s oldest private land trust. The Trustees own more than 100 distinctive properties across Massachusetts. The 90 acres of prime farmland owned by The Trustees at Moraine Farm are home to a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program. The CSA beautifully complement the Waldorf curriculum’s emphasis connecting children to nature. Please read the farm blog to read the latest about what's happening.
Cape Ann Waldorf School places great value on the collaborative programs run with Project Adventure and The Trustees of Reservations.