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We visited the farm to cheer on one of our friends who ran in the road race that benefited Camp Jabberwocky. It was great to see that the old Katana farm was still in active use and was now operated by the Edgartown Conservation Commission....More
Took our one-year-old to the farm for morning tour and hayride. Our guide was great (thanks Dylan!) and lead us through all the animals and gardens. Then a tractor cart ride to see the sheep and cows. About an hour total which was perfect for...More
Lovely idea for Father's Day. The venue is very pretty, you get to see and pet the animals up close, try out the farm store, walk the organic gardens and have a good BBQ while listening to BlueGrass music. Would suggest becoming a member of...More
We did the farm tour with our 2 young kids and they loved it!! The wagon ride is by far the highlight of the tour. The wagon takes you out into a field full of cows and they come right up so you can pet...More
We visited the property to pick up some eggs and to look for a cut of grass fed filet mignon to cook as a special treat. The cute farmstand house is decorated inside with sweet paintings of their livestock. As it was June, there were...More
My 2 grandchildren ages 8 & 6 have attended the summer camp for 2 years and will be returning this coming summer. When the are picked up, they're always enthusiastic about what the experienced during the day. They've learned a lot about farm animals, hands...More
The Farm Institute offers wonderful programming for children and families visiting the island. There are so very many programming and event choices: farm camp, wee farmers, hayrides, meals in the meadows, sheepalooza, and coming this month - the Haunted Barn.
We visit often and may...More
Funny to find an educational farm on an island. The Institute runs tours once a day (10am) and it includes a hay ride through the farm to see its animals (pigs, sheep, cow, turkeys). They have plenty of children's programs for local kids, so they...More