Gather your friends and family for a customized experience at Heartland Farm
Choose from the Farm’s Activity Options and build your own personal experience. May be a day, evening, or overnight program as determined by your schedule and desired topic of activities. Group size is a minimum of 4 and up to 12, depending on the activity, presenter, available space and equipment needed.
Farm Activity Options
Hands On Workshops
Breadmaking: Beginner level to advanced e.g. sourdough, sweet breads, specialties or just basic
Canning and vegetable preservation
Fermentation: eg. sauerkraut, kombucha, beer
Pottery: Handbuilding, throwing on wheel, glazing techniques, etc. recommended to be a series
Watercolor: Basic techniques, option for class series
Fiber: e.g. Knitting, crochet, spinning, weaving, dyeing , dryer balls
Cooking from Scratch: Recipes and techniques, for simple but do-able meals with an eye to nutrition, responsibly sourced ingredients, eating locally, using, fresh, whole foods.
Natural dyeing: Collecting, preparing and dyeing fiber, yarn and fabric with naturally-sourced dye materials
Herbs: Medicinal and culinary: growing, harvesting, cooking with, preserving, making extracts, potions, etc.
Spirituality of Farming: Day or weekend retreat
Eating as a Moral Act: Evening, day or weekend retreat
Tapping Healing Energy: Retreat
Weaving your Soul: Weekend retreat, simple hands-on weaving with spiritual input & reflection
We are the Clay: Weekend retreat, spiritual retreat using clay as metaphor & experience
Volunteering: (“Ora et Labora”) day or weekend, hands-on simple work and reflection time
Composting: At home or for the gardener – Basic to Advanced
Gardening: A myriad of topics, from seed to harvesting