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4-H Education Center at Auer Farm

Published on 9 February, 2015
4-H Education Center at Auer Farm
A partner with the University of Connecticut, College of Agriculture, the 4-H Education Center programs are based on current scientific research. This 120-acre farm provides valuable hands-on experiences to more than 18,000 children throughout the year. Seasonal programs are offered to school classes, community groups, and the public in the Center's animal barn, gardens, farmland and orchards.
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Agricultural History Farm Park

Published on 9 February, 2015
Agricultural History Farm Park
Situated along Rock Creek in Derwood, Maryland, the Agricultural History Farm Park is a 410-acre complex with a farmhouse, barn, assorted farm buildings and an activity center.
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Allegra Farm

Published on 9 February, 2015
Allegra Farm
Allegra Farm is home to the Horse Drawn Carriage and Sleigh Museum of New England, and full time carriage service is our only business. Our antique sleighs offer an invigorating ride through the New England snow. If learning how to drive your own carriage is what you desire, we provide lessons as well.
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Alstede Farms

Published on 9 February, 2015
Alstede Farms
Corn maze, hayrides, kids' mini maze, pony rides, tractor train ride, moonwalk, giant hay bale pyramid, gian hay bale tunnel, farm animals, pick-your-own pumpkins, Indian corn, gourds, rasberries and apples
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Apple Pond Farm

Published on 9 February, 2015
Apple Pond Farm
Our purpose is to provide an experience that connects visitors to the natural world. It is a chance to see our animals and garden, to see how we make electricity and hot water from the sun and the wind. Tours change with the season, very in length. The tour is a chance to learn about several aspects farm life: goat…
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Appleton Farms

Published on 9 February, 2015
Appleton Farms
Rolling grasslands, grazing livestock, stone walls, and historic farm buildings are part of this pastoral landscape a rare glimpse into New England's agricultural past. Six miles of footpaths, bridle paths, and farm roads (easy walking), some of which are part of the Bay Circuit Trail, crisscross the farm. We ask that you stay on marked paths and roads, observing which…
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Ash Lawn-Highland

Published on 9 February, 2015
Ash Lawn-Highland
Ash Lawn-Highland offers a variety of educational workshops for all ages. Ranging from Candlemaking to Farm Tours, these workshops give students an insight into the life of President James Monroe in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. Ash Lawn-Highland also welcomes all Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts for specially designed Scout workshops. All Workshops include a house tour.
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Becker Farms

Published on 11 July, 2015
Becker Farms
Becker Farms and Vizcarra Vineyards is a 5th Generation family owned 340 acre working fruit and vegetable farm that sells most of their products directly to the public. Becker Farms Goal is to provide families with the opportunity to visit the countryside and embrace what Mother Nature provides us among family and friends.
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Billings Farm & Museum

Published on 9 February, 2015
Billings Farm & Museum
Explore one of the finest operating dairy farms in America and a museum of Vermont's rural past, your gateway to Vermont's rural heritage. Billings Farm features many aspects of farm work, including care of the Jersey cows and other livestock, milking of the herd, crop rotation, and feed production.
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