Offering educational field trips has been a priority for us since we opened our farm to the public. If you drive by the farm most any weekday morning in the spring or fall, and you’ll likely see children here — laughing, playing and learning!
We make learning about agriculture fun by tailoring field trips to suit the age of your students and at the same time meet the Standard Of Learning requirements that educators need for field trips.
Different Programs for Spring and Fall
Spring Season Learning
We focus on planting/growing, baby animals, earthworms and more.
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Fall Season Learning
The focus shifts to pumpkins, corn, animal care, plants, and more.
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Special Adventures for Homeschool Programs
Special dates are set aside for homeschool groups during our fall season.
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Growing up on a farm, we have lived the the heritage of agriculture and know its importance in our everyday living. That knowledge of farming is critical to the education of today’s children. Understanding agriculture leads to a better understanding and appreciation of where their food comes from. You’ve heard the saying “No Farms, No Food!”.
We work very hard to provide a safe environment for our visitors. As a result, our grounds are closed to the general public during the morning hours of field trip days. Special needs children are always welcome, as most attractions are handicap accessible, including the carousel and hayrides on the farm.