Farm Tours

Visiting our certified organic vegetable, berry, and flower farm is a great way for people of all ages to learn about: regenerative and organic farming; how we are adapting our growing practices to mitigate climate change; soil health and soil management practices; challenges in the food system that farmers are working to resolve, and more!

Spend time discovering the farm:

Group Tours

Take a guided tour around the farm to learn about our certified organic vegetable, berry, and flower farming operation. We will gladly work with you to customize the tour to suit your interests. Here’s a list of possible tour topics:

  • Get to Know Cedar Circle: A Community Farm with a Social Mission
  • Farm Field Tour
  • Plants with a Purpose: Perennial Natives and Pollinator Support Species
  • Perennial Crops on an Organic Farm: Berries, Brambles, Apples, and Pollinator Plants
  • Diversified Cover Crop Systems for Nutrient Management and Soil Health
  • Climate Change Mitigation Strategies
  • What Regenerative Agriculture Means at Cedar Circle
  • Cut Flower Garden: Transitioning to a Perennial System
  • No-Till Strawberry Production
  • Season Extension: Vegetable & Flower Production in Greenhouses & Hoop Houses
  • Children’s Garden and Farm Tour

Fee: $15/person per hour; minimum group size of 8

To request more information or schedule a tour of the farm, fill out the form below and our Education Team will be in touch.

Self-Guided Tour

Would you like to see the farm and learn about it while you’re visiting? Try our self guided tour, which takes you all around the farm—from the farmstand and greenhouses, down to the Connecticut River, and back up to the Circle of Cedars. Copies are available in the farmstand, or you can download the tour and map here.