BCC youth get a seed to table experience through Bellevue Farms. Children learn how food is grown, and how it tastes in its raw form as well as when it is cooked. Hands on experience instills an appreciation for farming and what it takes to put food on the table. Creating this connection is important to the future of small farming and keeping people aware of the food choices available to them. In addition, we engage youth in understanding the environmental implications of farming practices and how responsible farming can be a tool in fighting climate change.



We offer skill building and gardening workshops for adults who want to gain knowledge and be more self-sufficient. Gardening is an excellent way to save money on groceries, get healthy exercise, and promote mental well-being. In addition, our skill building classes teach how to prepare and preserve garden fresh foods, other backyard farming like bee-keeping, and other DIY skills that are beneficial. New for 2020, we are partnering with New Castle Conservation District to bring the Grow It Yourself series to the Bellevue Community Center.


Visits and tours

Our Farm and Garden are designed for folks to easily navigate while learning and taking in nature's scenery. All are welcome to walk the Farms. Check out the new interpretive signage to learn about our efforts and practices, get community information from our bulletin board, or just take a breath and enjoy the space. If you would like a tour, we are glad to accommodate please email Elisa King


Want More Information?

For more information please contact:
Elisa King, Director of Bellevue Farms

Enroll in camp

Chrissy Jeffery, Curriculum Coordinator & Summer Camp Director
(302)-762-1391 ext 105


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