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School Tours

Currently taking reservations for Fall 2019 and Spring 2020.  The state proposed road repair has been postponed!

Our program is designed to deepen children's understanding and feelings for nature by hands-on experiences such as planting seeds, milking a goat, holding baby chicks, and hand feeding sheep.  We believe children learn more by doing.  The idea is to fill a child's day with enriching experiences that will help them appreciate nature and its wonders. 

  • Plant or harvest vegetables

  • Gather chicken eggs

  • Milk a goat

  • Hold baby chicks

  • Visit pigs, sheep, alpaca

  • Pet the cattle

  • Hand-feed goats

  • Grind wheat seeds into flour

  • Bring your lunch and enjoy a picnic

  • Bottle feed goat kids and lambs seasonally

  • Sheep shearing

  • Visit a replica of a Native American village

  • Age appropriate tours concerning ecology, fossils, genetics, farm science and pioneer days are also available

Sunrock stresses the connection between humans and the earth.  We all belong to a food web and rely on other living things for food (plants & animals). We also serve as food for others in the web (mosquitoes & bacteria). Through this web we share Earth's nutrients and ultimately get the Sun's energy we need to stay alive. The recognition of our communion with all things on Earth is a joyful experience.


Our trained staff relate well with all age groups.  From pre-K to high school, we have a tour to engage your students.

The Friends of Sunrock Farm Scholarship Fund provides partial funding to those schools which qualify.

School tours are 2 to 4 hours long, but may be tailored to your group's needs.

$12 per person

$240.00 minimum for 20 persons or less.

If you are interested in setting up a tour, please call us at (859) 781-5502

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