Old McDonald’s Farm, Inc. (OMF) is the only nonprofit organization in Oregon that effectively combines animals, agriculture, gardens and natural resources to provide an educational enrichment program for all children and including at-risk children and youth in a safe and secure farm setting. OMF is located on a 68-acre commercial raspberry farm in Corbett. The farm, homesteaded in 1919, is located just one mile off the Historic Columbia River Highway not far from the Vista House and Multnomah Falls. The mission of OMF reads: “In facilitating healthy social and emotional development, OMF is committed to providing at-risk protective factors to children through structured, educational experiences using animals, agriculture, gardens and natural resources as educational tools.”
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Here is what folks are saying about Old McDonald's Farm, Inc. programs...
“Thanks for letting me come to your farm. I had a great time. I’m coming back next year. I had fun.” 8-year old Student
“Thanks for a great week (for my son)! Keep up the great work!” Parent
“The education of your camp helps with exposing them to reading and writing over the summer.” Parent
“You are a great teacher… You were really fun and kind.” 10-year old Student
“It is a carefully planned out day, I especially like the sharing and journaling time.” Parent
“I think that she can really do what it takes to take care of an animal and not be afraid.” Parent
“Her enthusiasm was extraordinary. She offered daily moment-by-moment recollections each evening-content made an impression. Structure seemed well thought out and organized.” Parent
“Expectations were very clear, well organized day, good mix of work and thinking and quiet time.”
“He felt confident about what he learned, he had a great time.” Parent
“Learning the science knowledge was great.” 9-year old Student
“She was very happy to get up and going in the morning.” Parent
“He came home dirty, tired and happy. He was so excited to tell us all about his day. He loved it.” Parent
“He feels proud of his new skills, knowledge and abilities. He gained more self confidence and poise, he is proud of himself.” Parent
“He has a better respect for animals and nature and is more excited about them.” Parent
“Her confidence increased by wider life experiences, other than in a contained urban area.” Parent