My name is Kendal Sager, and I started my adventure into farming as a first grader on a class field trip to Hidden Villa (Los Altos Hills, California). I was so inspired, that I have been volunteering or working in the nature education field ever since.
In 2011, I got my first farm critter: bees. Since, then I've steadily been adding to my suburban farm with chickens, sheep, fruits, veggies, and various crafts. Most of my critters live at my home, though I also keep beehives at Filoli and on the roof of the Redwood City Public Library. I have a passion for teaching and I love sharing my experience through educational talks and events.
In 2015, I founded Sager Family Farm, a nature education business offering pre-k through adult classes.. I design lessons that bring field trips into the classroom and are a fun way to enhance life science, animal or insect units.
Through Sager Family Farm, I teach over 2500 elementary school aged children every year, and instruct over 400 aspiring beekeepers in my adult introductory beekeeping classes.
Take a look at my education page if you're interested in any of the classes, talks, or other fun activities I do.
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