Field Trips: High School

Welcome to Field Trips for high schoolers! Our current program offerings for this age group (grades 9 to 12) are below. We can also modify content and activities within a theme to meet your group’s interests and needs and will happily work with you to customize lessons or create new ones.

For more information regarding our field trip programs, including fees, please visit our School Field Trips page.

Field Trip Registration Steps:

  1. Fill out a Field Trip inquiry form.
  2. Someone from our Education Team will set up a time to connect over the phone to review a few details and help to individualize your field trip to best suit your needs.
  3. We will send you a registration form to finalize your field trip.

Nature in Agriculture

Organic agriculture aims to produce healthy food in a healthy environment. Farmers depend on the natural environment in and around their farms. Ponder the impacts that farms and the surrounding ecosystems have on one another. Students will learn about how farmers work with the cycles in nature to improve their farm systems.

Digging Deeper into the Secrets of Soil

There is a world beneath our feet. Let’s explore the diversity of life in the soil and the role these organisms play in growing food. Many farmers design their practices with soil life in mind. Discover how they care for this valuable resource and how you can help return vital nutrients to the soil by composting at home or school. From seeds to plants to soil, let’s get our hands dirty and explore soil and the nutrients that cycle through it and into plants.

Organic Agriculture, Global Climate, and Sustainability

Agriculture is a significant source of greenhouse gas emissions. Let’s contemplate the environmental impacts of growing food on our natural resources and the atmosphere, how organic and regenerative agriculture can help farms adapt to and help mitigate climate change, and how you can make sustainable choices in your daily lives.

Awesome and Awful Arthropods

Get up close and personal with one of the most diverse groups of creatures on the planet. Come with us as we explore fields, the river, and the soil to study arthropod features and behaviors and which help or hurt the farm.

Aquatic Ecology & Water Quality

Explore our watershed and the impacts of human activity on our waterways. We will examine river inhabitants, conduct pollution experiments, and water quality assessments to discover how the river and farm can support one another.