The bears are marching 2 x 2, hoorah, hoorah! Now there is another awesome reason to visit the Farm. We have 100% local honey from our very own bees. But hurry, we have a limited quantity and members get a discount!
PLANT, EAT & GET LOCAL – MAY 25 – SPONSORSHIP DEADLINE APRIL 20
A sponsored FREE DAY of SCFD (Scientific & Cultural Facilities District), there is no charge for self-guided tours or entry to the Farm. Come visit all the animals (and the new babies), visit our fair, and Plant, Eat & Get Local!
We are seeking vendors that fit into our celebration. Interested in being a vendor?
SPONSORSHIPS – DEADLINE APRIL 20, 2019
Are you interested in being a sponsor?
Plant, Eat, & Get Local will celebrate all things:
sustainable and local
featuring vendors of food products
specialty and gourmet foods (organic, vegan)
small family farm products
local meats and more
educational opportunities in sustainable practices such as backyard poultry care, healthy living, and pet care.
high quality organic seedlings at the plant sale.
|10:00am – 12:00pm|
$5 admission / person, age 2 and older
Under 2 years old FREE
Members FREE: Enter through wooden door on the west side of the parking lot
Join us in the chicken pen with our poultry and rabbit experts. Learn chicken and rabbit
facts, pet our feathered and furry friends, feed the roosters and hunt for Easter eggs all around the children’s garden.Limited supply of real chicken and duck eggs $6 or $4/dozen.
If you have not yet visited the farm in 2019, we will need you to fill out a waiver and release form upon arrival. You may download, print, and fill out the form ahead of time to speed up your entry.
NO DOGS ALLOWED (except assistance dogs) We have the right to refuse dogs that show signs of not being safe around other people or animals.
Please join us for special animal interactions and activities – This ain’t no April Fools joke.
In April and May, most Tuesdays and Thursday from 10:00am to 12:00pm we will alternate our animal species and welcome you in the Poultry, Rabbit, Sheep and Goat pens. You will also see our Equine instructors working Horses in the turn out pen. Our Cattle expert, Rachel, will be on hand to answer questions and show you our bovine.
|Get excited! This year Bluff Lake is piloting a NEW experience for middle schoolers: a collaborative summer camp with The Urban Farm, Sand Creek Regional Greenway, |
and Bluff Lake!
WHEN: July 22-26, 2019 from 9am-3pm daily
WHO: Students aged 11-13
COST: $450 (includes a one of a kind camp t-shirt)