Are you interested in visiting the farm with your class? From September through June, Stone Barns Center offers field trips for pre-K – 12th grade students. On your visit, explore and learn in a living classroom—our working farm. Our educators offer developmentally appropriate and engaging farm experiences that enrich classroom learning.
All field trips include:
- an introduction to a seasonal, regional diet
- an introduction to the principles of resilient agriculture
- an interaction with a member of the farm community
- a hands-on farming or tasting experience
Click here to view our 2014 – 2015 field trip brochure.
We are currently accepting trip requests for the 2014 – 2015 school year. Once you have selected the trips you are interested in and the time of year you would most like to visit, please complete our online trip request form. After we receive your completed form, our team will be in touch with you to schedule your trips. Field trips book up very fast each season! Please plan ahead in order to secure your desired dates.
Scholarship Funding Opportunities
Each year, about 30% of our field trips are supported with scholarship funding made possible by generous donations to our organization. If you are interested in applying for a scholarship, please submit the online scholarship application along with your online trip request form.
To receive state aid for your visit, please make field trip arrangements with us and then contact BOCES at 914 248 2339 for the necessary forms.
If you would like to speak with a Stone Barns educator about our trip offerings, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 914 366 6200 x111.
We are at capacity for the 2013 - 2014 school year.
Bring your college class to visit Stone Barns. Whether focusing on animals, plants, compost or the entire environmental system, your class will learn how our farmers create a food system designed to work in balance with nature. Each program includes a hands-on component. Click here to download the brochure.
“The kids talked about the trip all the way back to school and for the rest of the afternoon. They agreed with me that it was the best field trip they had ever been on!”– A Westchester County teacher whose students visited Stone Barns with the help of a need-based stipend