Tours of the farm are available to individuals, adult and children’s groups, and school groups of all ages. Various topics can be discussed to fit your needs. Tours typically range from one to two hours. Outreach programs are available on a limited basis on a variety of topics. Please contact us if you are interested in having a program presented for your group.



Topics might include organic gardening, maple syrup making, beginner beekeeping, traditional farm trades, prairie and woodland walks, etc. (There are too many to list!) Topics are constantly changing so keep checking the calendar or ask if you have a special interest.



Because we hope to be able to continue to provide dynamic educational programs, events, and tours in the future, we do ask a small fee. Program costs are listed on the calendar of events. Please contact us for inquiries as to fees for individual and group tours.



At this time, reservations are needed for all programs, tours and visits. Please contact us to schedule a time for you or your group.



Restroom facilities are available onsite. We cannot provide overnight camping or overnight stay facilities, however we would be glad to provide a list of places in the local area. Cookout facilities are also not available and a limited number of picnic tables are available for use.


    •  Animals We ask that you do not bring cats or dogs to the farm. The farm does have livestock that lives on the farm and some is free ranging. All animals on the farm are friendly, but we ask visitors to respect them in their home environment. Please let us know if there will be any in your group that are afraid of certain breeds of animals and we will be glad to contain them for the length of your visit.


  • Other info We ask that visitors refrain from smoking while on the property due to our insurance requirements.