Youth Farm Field Trip Registration: Fall 2018
Farmers for a Day
Sept. 12 - Nov. 2

Tour our farm and use all your senses to discover what lives on a farm! Get your hands dirty in the soil, observe chicken behavior, and explore life inside the compost pile. Take a walk through the fields to see what's growing, and harvest some veggies to make a fresh snack together on the farm. Throughout the day, we'll learn about the importance of food justice and stereotypes, race, and gender in farming.

​Field Trip Costs: Field Trips are eligible to be paid for through IPEI's Kids Discover the Trail/Buddy Up! or the TST Boces CoSer (http://tstboces.org/instructional-services/cooperative-enrichment/request-for-services-digital-submission/). Please indicate which of these you would like to go through, and we will be in touch as to what we need from you. If you would like to pay for the trip directly through your schools funds, please indicate that, and we will determine the cost for your group.

If you have any questions feel free to contact Laura Arias, our farm and food justice educator, at lauran.arias@gmail.com

Thank you.

Email address *
Names of Schools *
eg. "Enfield & Cayuga Heights"
Your answer
Grade of Classrooms *
eg. "3rd grade"
Your answer
Name & School of Contact Teacher *
eg. "Jane Doe - Enfield"
Your answer
Phone Number *
Cell phone preferred
Your answer
Number of students *
Your answer
Number of Chaperones *
Your answer
Length of field trip *
Do you plan to eat lunch at the farm? *
First choice - date of visit (a Wednesday or Friday) *
Available:10/3, 10/17, 10/19, 10/24, 10/26, 10/31, 11/2
Your answer
Second choice - date of visit (a Wednesday or Friday) *
Available: 10/3, 10/17, 10/19, 10/24, 10/26, 10/31, 11/2
Your answer
How will you be paying? *
Please list any special student accommodations *
eg. wheelchair, service dog, serious allergies, etc.
Your answer
Are you currently covering any topics with your class that would connect to the farm field trip? *
ex: parts of a plant, predator & prey relationships, seed dispersal, stereotypes, justice etc.
Your answer
If you answered "Yes": Please describe any learning objectives, classroom goals, or topics that could connect to your field trip at the farm. *
Be as specific (or general) as you'd like to be!
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Anything else you'd like us to know? Any questions? *
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