Farm Tours

Visiting our certified organic vegetable and berry farm is a great way for people of all ages to get acquainted with where food comes from and how it is grown. Spend some time discovering the farm: take our self-guided tour, schedule a farm tour, or leisurely explore our gardens and fields. Go behind the scenes for a guided farm tour and learn even more. Contact Eric Tadlock to set up a tour.

Interpretive Farm Tours with Eric

Join us for an early evening wagon ride or walking tour of the farm!

This FREE tour is designed to help folks see our growing practices up close and to learn specifically about organic agriculture and the benefit it has to our environmental health. We’ll explore the developments of the season, what’s being planted, whats being harvested and what’s being done to keep our plants healthy and growing.

Tours will be hosted, rain or shine, at 5:15 pm on the first Thursday of every month, starting May 3rd. We hope you can join us for a few tours (or all of them)!

Duration: About 45 minutes

Fall Pumpkin Patch Tours

Pumpkin patch tours are offered only between 9a - 2p, Monday-Friday during October.

Bring your daycare, school, or youth group for a 30-minute tractor-drawn wagon ride through our fields to the pumpkin patch and back. Each child can choose a pumpkin as large as they can carry, plus you can take one for the classroom. Parents are welcome to purchase pumpkins separately. Be sure to leave extra time for your group to shop, discover the farm, visit the chickens, play in the sand box, and have a picnic! Our fall pumpkin patch tours fill quickly; book early! To reserve a spot on the wagon, contact Eric. Fee: $6/student.

Self-Guided Tours

Take our self-guided farm tour any time the farmstand is open from May through October. Visitors can learn more about organic agriculture and sustainable farming systems while enjoying the farm with the kids and a cup of coffee or tea from our Hello Café.

The self-guided tour walks you through our gardens and greenhouses, by our solar panels, bees, the circle of cedar trees, and gives you an overview of our farming systems, marketing techniques, education programs, and alternative energy strategies.

Photo by Ben DeFlorio