The opportunity to witness agriculture in action is a rarity nowadays. Experiencing where food is grown rather than watching it arrive at supermarkets is the point of our farm tours. Our farmers are happy to work with you to design a farm tour that fits into your group's focus.
We are not booking/hosting tours at this time, in an effort to help limit the spread of the Coronavirus.
Types of Tours
Below are areas where we can focus your tour—planting seeds of what a farm experience can offer:
Local food production and distribution: Emphasis on seasonality, what crops grow when, and how we distribute them
Composting: What it is and its role in food production
Farm animals: Get a taste of what critters we're home to including a visit to our chickens, ducks and pigs
How it works: Our farm's history, greenhouse and hoop house production, animals meet and greet, and a behind-the-scenes look at how the crops are grown
Certified Organic Agriculture: This tour highlights the methods used on a certified organic farm, including topics like crop rotations, integrated pest management and fertility
Length: Approximately 1 hour (All ages are welcome! Bathroom facilities are available at the farm.)
Cost: $5 per person (teachers are free) with $75 minimum charge (Fee is payable the day of the tour.)
Availability: Mondays or Thursdays; April–May and September–October (Sorry, no tours on weekends.)
Setting up a Tour: To schedule a group tour of the farm please fill out the form below. (Questions? Please email us.)