Join us for a special adventure with goats! One of our educators will lead your small group (two groups of five people) on a hike with our Oberhasli goat boys. We’ll head out onto the trails and pastures with a few of our dairy goats to explore and learn about the farm!
This program is a great chance for our youngest group of farmers (ages 5 and under) to get their first taste of a working farm. Our little farmers get a chance to help with farm chores and explore, making it the perfect venue for a morning play date with friends. Come join in on the fun of farming!
Bring your farm boots as we had out onto pasture for an up-close look at our mobile chicken tractor. We’ll learn all about how we raise our laying hens here at Wolfe’s Neck Center and keep our ladies healthy and happy! You’ll even get to gather your own eggs to take with you for your next breakfast.
Meander through the woods with one of our educators in search of salamanders, snakes, and signs of other wildlife that inhabit the forests bordering our barnyard. Come prepared for a hike and exploration off of the beaten trail!
Join us for a farm-themed story time! We’ll meet in our barn to read a few stories about our different farm animals. Sit back and bring a snack!
Explore the coast of Wolfe’s Neck in this class as we head to the shore for some tide-pooling! We’ll search for snails, crabs, seaweed and more while we learn about how the ocean impacts our farm.
Wolfe’s Neck Center is a unique saltwater farm with over a half-century of raising food and growing community. The farm and its surrounding countryside are explored in our history tour, where the work of the farm today weaves through the story, connecting past and present. This “wagon ride to the past” is a unique opportunity to learn from local historians about the history of our oceanfront farm, the indigenous people who first lived and farmed on this land, and the surrounding countryside. Recommended for age 12+.
Come take a closer look into our dairy operations here at Wolfe’s Neck Center. Meet our hardworking dairy herd and step into our parlor viewing room between 4:00 – 5:00 pm daily to watch a milking session. This behind the scenes peek is a great chance to get up close and see how our farmers care for our animals and learn some fun cow facts to take home with you. The Dairy Barn is located next to the Farm Café, at 134 Burnett Rd. Viewing room is open daily—no registration needed.
In this private, one-hour tour, one of our educators will guide you up close and personal with some of your favorite animals and spots on the farm. There’s no better way to meet the animals up close and learn about the farm than in this special experience. Closed toed shoes strongly recommended.
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