Our farm welcomes visitors and volunteers! To protect our working schedule, we ask you to contact us before you come to the farm. (A couple of days’ notice is best!)

When you visit, we will give you a tour of our acreage and fields and watch any planting, weeding, or harvesting in process. Depending on the day and time of your visit, there may be opportunity for you to participate in farm activities geared to the appropriate ages of your group. The children may even enjoy a ride in our wagon pulled by Mr. K (the tractor).

If you are interested in volunteering for a couple of hours, we want your time to be pleasant and educational, too. It is a good idea to wear a hat and good work shoes (no sandals) when you volunteer. Please put on sunscreen and a have a water bottle to keep yourself hydrated.

Can you bring your dog to the farm? No, as there would be too many temptaions for even the world’s best trained dog!

After you and Farmer Caryl determine a day and time for your visit, it is always a good idea to check the weather one more time before you come to the farm!