Standard Farm Field Trips
Our small group, hands-on activities include:
- Compost/Soil Investigation and Seed Planting
- Plant Parts Investigation
- Food Web: The interconnectedness of forest and farm food chains
- Seed to Harvest: Students plant, tend and harvest vegetables from their own field, the Grow Lunch Garden
- Pollinator Investigation
For more information about our curriculum and Next Generation Science Standard Correlations, see our Field Trip Resources Page.
The following information does not apply to Family Field Trips; for more details and how to book a Family Field Trip, click here.
Standard Field Trip Cost, Scheduling and Questions
Standard field trips are for students in grades K-5 and are offered to groups of up to 30 students. Groups of more than 30 students may be subject to additional fees.
The cost per trip is $200. Scholarship funds are available for those who qualify. We prioritize Title 1 and historically under resourced schools.
Click here to schedule a field trip. If you have questions or need additional information contact Helen Dixon, Program Manager, at 503-341-8627 or email@example.com.
To pay for a field trip, click here.
If you have questions about a field trip you’ve already scheduled, check out our Sample Field Trip Leader Letter and/or our Chaperone Letter.
Support for our Educator Resource pages has been generously provided by West Multnomah Soil & Water Conservation District.
SIC staff come to your classroom and lead a 50 minute lesson. This offers students an opportunity to reinforce what they learn in the garden. In the past we’ve discussed the journey food takes from farm to store. We are revamping this program since it’s been out of use due to the pandemic..details coming soon.
Scholarship funds are available for those who qualify. Regular cost of a classroom visit is $50.
To schedule a classroom visit, click here.