Foto Friday: Fall Into Outdoor Education at the National Colonial Farm

Each fall, thousands of youth visit the National Colonial Farm to learn about “Colonial Farm Life,” a tour that interweaves history with agriculture and stewardship. With programs like this, the Accokeek Foundation offers an outdoor learning experience that connects students with their environment every day. Learn how you can show your support for both education…

Food for Thought: October’s Foodways Program presents the “Best of the Bay!”

by Matt Mattingly, Manager of the National Colonial Farm and Historic Interpretation On October 20,  the National Colonial Farm’s Foodways program revisits one of our favorites: Best of the Bay! If you’re from the Tidewater area you know full well what that means, and you’re probably already salivating. There can be no doubt that what gives…

Accokeek Foundation Receives Ticket to Ride Grant for School Tours

MEDIA CONTACT: ACCOKEEK FOUNDATION AT PISCATAWAY PARK ANJELA BARNES, COMMUNICATIONS MANAGER OUTREACH@ACCOKEEK.ORG | 301-283-2113                                                                                                   FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE ACCOKEEK FOUNDATION AT PISCATAWAY PARK AWARDED NATIONAL PARK FOUNDATION ‘TICKET TO RIDE’ GRANT TO BRING LOCAL STUDENTS INTO PARK  $230,000 Grant Connects 30,000 Students with National Parks Across the Country Washington, D.C. (August 28, 2012)  – …

The National Colonial Farm Museum Theater Program Presents “That’s Entertainment: The Politics of Mirth”

For Immediate Release: July 19, 2012 Step into the world of 18th century entertainment at the National Colonial Farm and experience election-year politicking “colonial style” in “That’s Entertainment: The Politics of Mirth,” an interactive museum theater event at Piscataway Park on July 28 and 29. The year is 1774  and Josias Bealle is doing what…