The farm offers educational farm tours of its gardens and barnyard for a minimum of 60 minutes, and at a minimum cost of $10/adult. Two hour tours include a work experience on the farm. In 2014, the farm hosted a group from the Baltimore Food and Faith Project of Johns Hopkins University(http://www.livablefutureblog.
Tours can be structured for children as well. Interested? Please contact Sally Voris at firstname.lastname@example.org.
"The students really liked working; they loved that they got to use their hands and to do activities that they've never done before. A few were also quite taken with the chickens and with Buttercup; Sean told me he'd never seen a cow in real life, and none of them had ever held a chicken...Every class is different, but they always have fun. I never know how they'll react to things we do in or out of class. They enjoyed the visit! Thanks!