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Can't come to us? Let us come to you! 


Farmer visits are a fun addition to our education program! Our farmers are flexible in what we can offer at this time. If you have a topic in mind that you don’t see here, just ask! If you have a school garden, we can use the space to do more hands-on activities as well.

Minimum $150/hour for up to 30 students (one GDG farmer/educator). Please inquire about larger groups or speaking for school assemblies.

Book a farmer visit by emailing Please provide three options for dates and the programming you’d prefer.


Elementary Farmer Visits are one-hour programs best for a classroom or garden setting. To see detailed descriptions of each activity, please reference our field trip info packet.

20 minute activities (pick three per hour)

  • Farm Technology (internet access and projector required)

  • Good Bugs and Bad Bugs Bookmarks

  • Life Cycle of a Vegetable

  • Plan a Garden

  • Sundials and Cardinal Directions


30 minute activities (pick two per hour)

  • Bees to Birthday Candles

  • Farmers Market

  • Weather Station (best if we have outdoor access)

  • Taste Test


We are able to present on topics such as:

  • How we grow our produce, from seeding in our greenhouse to harvesting and packaging for delivery

  • The life cycle of a certain crop (most schools are interested in strawberries especially if you can then bring students out to our pick-your-own strawberry patch in May)

  • Building healthy soil through cover crops, compost, and crop rotation

  • Beekeeping / why pollinators are important

  • Garden planning

  • Farm tools and technology

  • Concerns of our current food systems and how we can participate to make a change

  • Culinary demonstrations using our fresh produce

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