At the EarthDance Organic Farm School, it is our goal to educate members of the St. Louis community about organic farming and gardening. Field Trips are a great way to introduce students and youth learners alike to the concepts of food production. Participants will see all parts of the farm and have plenty of time to ask questions. Each EarthDance Field Trip includes a walking & tasting tour of our historic farm, including education in our Youth Garden, greenhouse & hoop houses, 1.2-acre vegetable production fields, and our permaculture orchard. Students will learn their food’s journey from field to plate and how they can grow it themselves!
“We loved walking through the greenhouse where we could taste the plants, interacting with chickens up close, learning about soil layers, planting the sugar snap pea seeds, digging the soil samples, and playing the seed/sprout/flower/fruit game. Thanks for the amazing experience!” -Susan Zerah, Forsyth School Teacher
Standard EarthDance Field Trip
This field trip is 60 minutes in length and can be scheduled Tuesdays, Wednesdays, & Fridays from 9:30am – 3:30pm during the months of April through October. A bring-your-own picnic lunch can be added to your visit at no charge.
EarthDance Field Trip plus hands-on activity
This field trip also includes a hands-on activity tailored to your groups interests & grade level that is designed to meet GLE, Common Core, & Next Gen Science standards. This field trip is 90 minutes in length and can be scheduled Tuesdays, Wednesdays, & Fridays from 9:30am – 3:30pm during the months of April through October. A bring-your-own picnic lunch can be added to your visit at no charge.
To schedule a field trip, please fill out our EarthDance Field Trip Reservation Form
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Please reach out to our Youth Educator, Tiana Glass, at email@example.com or 314-521-1006 for additional questions.
Youth Volunteer Opportunities
Volunteering at EarthDance is a great way for youth to get outside, get moving, and learn how important agriculture is their everyday lives! EarthDance welcomes groups of 5-20 students over the age of fourteen for farm-based experiences in our organic fields and Youth Garden. Possible farm projects include planting, weeding, mulching, or harvesting produce for market. Service learning opportunities are also available!
Contact our Youth Programs Coordinator for Youth Volunteering, Service Learning, & Special Project opportunities at firstname.lastname@example.org or 314-521-1006!