Tours and Field Trips

Offered to individuals, schools, and organizations; tours of our farm demonstrate the value of sustainable agriculture to the health of our environment and bodies.

We look forward to seeing you at EarthDance, but are unable to accommodate drop-in visitors. Call us at 314-521-1006 to schedule your visit, or set up a group tour here. If you are interested in a school Field Trip, visit our Farm to School Program page for details and booking.

Private EarthDance Tour

To schedule a tour, please fill out our EarthDance Tour Reservation Form.

Gather your friends, family, or civic group for a private tour of our historic farm in Ferguson! Your visit will include an overview of the farm’s history, an introduction to our many hands-on educational and community programs, and guided walking & tasting tour of our 14 acre non-profit, certified organic farm. Tours can be scheduled Tuesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. Evening tours available seasonally.

  • Pricing: $10/person, minimum of $100 with groups of fewer than 10.

Field Trips

Outdoor learning is a great way for students to explore the natural environment and learn about sustainability. EarthDance hosts field trips April – October. There’s a $10/person fee (minimum $100 if less than 10 attendees). Available dates and times vary and depend on staff availability, but generally groups are welcome on Tuesdays and Friday mornings between 9am – 4pm.Generally, the tour lasts about an hour and consists of looking at and learning about different types of sustainable gardens at EarthDance; rain garden, herb garden, “7-Generations” garden. Students also tour the production fields and talk about local small scale organic farming and how it differs from big agriculture monocrops. Participants learn about the Pay What You Can Farm Stand and how it aids in food justice. We visit the greenhouse and harvest house so that students get a sense of how the packing process works before the food makes it to restaurants, markets, our Pay What You Can Farm Stand and ultimately the plate.

*Field trip hosts will make every effort to personalize your field trip by incorporating classroom curriculum that students are learning around the time of the field trip as long as that information is provided ahead of time.

Have questions about field trips? Contact Farm to School Educator, Joia Walker at


For questions about tours, contact Alisha Harris, our Outreach and Volunteer Coordinator, at or 314-521-1006.

For questions about youth field trips, contact Joia Walker, at or call 314-521-1006.
We look forward to your visit!