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Field Trips

ASK YOUR TEACHER TO TAKE YOU TO THE FARM!
- Programs for Classes -
From Kindergarden to Highschool!


All our Farm Field Trips start with an interactive and enthusiastic exploration of the farm. Get ready: We will touch soil, kiss goats, listen to the bees buzzing, pet chickens, smell horses and taste veggies right from the market gardens! So much fun!! Besides our hands-on teaching style, we love getting into juicy discussions about agricultural practices, ecosystems, food security, sustainability... Throughout the Farm Field Trip, hands-on experimentation and discussions will complete your students' learnings in Environmental and Social Sciences curriculums. See below our different programs and choose the one that best fits your class' interests and learning objectives!





Pumpkin Patch Farm Experience (October 1 - 31)

$17 per student (includes a pumpkin)

An interactive and enthusiastic exploration of the farm for preschool and elementary classes! Chickens, goats, horses, orchard... there is so much to see and do at the farm. At the end students can pick their pumpkin from the Apple Orchard.


Classic Farm Field Trips (K to 7) - 90 minutes

$13 per student

- Fun and engaging introduction to the farm, its gardens, animals and farmers.

- Stimulating the 5 senses - experimental learning is the core of our pedagogy for all ages!

- Adapting to the age range and request, the farm educator can relate to “the bigger picture” in terms of farming technics, agro- ecosystems, food systems and/or local & global ecosystems.

Focus Farm Field Trip (K to 12) - 2 hours

$20 per student

- Fun and engaging introduction to the farm, its gardens, animals and farmers. Adapting to the age range and request, the farm educator will relate to “the bigger picture” in terms of farming technics, agro-ecosystems and/or food systems. (1h)

- Focus on a specific topic: Compost and Soil Sciences, Bee Keeping and Pollinators, Animals Husbandry, Agriculture and Climate Change or Baking. (1h)

- Includes hands-on component.

In Depth Farm Field Trip (Gr. 8 to 12) - 3 hours No purchase required to enroll

$30 per student

- Fun and engaging introduction to the farm, its gardens, animals and farmers. Adapting to the age range and request, the farm educator will relate to “the bigger picture” in terms of farming technics, agro-ecosystems and/or food systems. (1h)

- Focus on a specific topic: Compost and Soil Sciences, Bee Keeping and Pollinators, Animals Husbandry, Agriculture and Climate Change or Baking. (2h)

- Includes hands-on component.

Full Day Farm Field Trip (Gr. 4 to 12) - 5 hours

$45 per student

- Fun and engaging introduction to the farm, its gardens, animals and farmers. Adapting to the age range and request, the farm educator will relate to “the bigger picture” in terms of farming technics, agro-ecosystems and/or food systems. (1h)

- Focus on 2 specific topics: Compost and Soil Sciences, Bee Keeping and Pollinators, Animals Husbandry, Agriculture and Climate Change or Baking. (3h)

- Lunch around a campfire and free time (1h)

- Includes hands-on component.

24h Farm Field Trip A hands on u-pick experience for classes Gr. 4 to 12 No purchase required to enroll

  • - Fun and engaging introduction to the farm, its gardens, animals and farmers. Adapting to the age range and request, the farm educator will relate to “the bigger picture” in terms of farming technics, agro-ecosystems and/or food systems. (1h30).

  • - Focus on 2 specific topics: Compost and Soil Sciences, Bee Keeping and Pollinators, Animals Husbandry, Agriculture and Climate Change, Horsemanship and Barn Management or Baking. (4h)

  • - Participation in farm projects and/or daily chores.

  • - Free time and/or time for your own activities.

  • - Night at the farm & campfire!

  • - Fraser River is nearby and a great opportunity for a nice walk!

  • - Includes hands-on component.

Chicks in the Classroom - Set-Up Visit CAD$350 per appointment


  Our farm educator will come to your classroom with an incubator, a brooder, and some fertilized eggs. In the presentation the students will learn about the realities of chicken farming, with information appropriate to their age level. We set up the schedule so that the eggs should hatch on a school day, and then the chicks are placed in a brooder. You keep them for about a week, and then you will bring them to the farm for a hands-on field trip, with further learning about hens, roosters, and eggs. They will also tour the farm and learn about the goats, sheep, horses, bees.
  Hatching chicks in your classroom can be such a rewarding experience! We have seen countless students who are typically disengaged in a classroom setting suddenly feel real responsibility and pride in their new role as a farmer.
  Hatching chicks is typically done in Grades k, 1, 2, 4, 6, and 7 to meet the Life Sciences learning objectives, but it goes over well in any grade, and high schoolers even benefit from the fun, seriousness, deeper thinking, teamwork, and mentor-ship that can be incorporated into a chicks in the classroom program. We are super enthusiastic and keen to make this an incredible experience for your class, and an easy experience for you.