Fort littlegreen is a non-profit 501(c)3 established in 2013.
Mission Statement: To provide high-quality nature education and care to the grade school youth of our community. By teaching the knowledge of self-sustained living, organic growing and environmental science, we can instill a love of nature for their lifetime.
The Fort has three areas of primary focus in addition to general camp recreation: Gardening, small animal care, and connecting kids to nature.
Located on 10 acres of nature preserve, Fort littlegreen has beautiful gardens, 4 acres of woods, fields and prairies, fruit trees, and an animal center that includes chickens, sheep, goats, ducks, geese, turkeys, a donkey and a peacock. Other animals include a cat, turtle, bunny, and hamsters! All of our animals are meant for children to interact with, care for, and learn from.
Meet us at “The Fort!” Freedom in the great outdoors awaits!
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“Go out, go out, I beg of you, and taste the beauty of the wild.Behold the miracle of the earth, with all the wonder of a child.”-Edna Jaques