Spring Programs

Design Your Own Farm (all new!)

FEE: $10 per student/parent (school staff are free)

2nd – 5th grade: What does a plant need to grow? Read More »

6th – 12th grade: How can organic farmers work with their local ecosystem to restore soil health, sequester carbon, and grow more nutritious food for their community? Read More »


Seasonal Farm Tour

FEE: $10 per student/parent (school staff are free)

PreK-5th grade: Springtime at Queens Farm brings lots of activity! This comprehensive outdoor tour explores our food system and the many aspects of our historic, sustainable farm. Read More »

6th- 12th grade: This outdoor tour explores regenerative agriculture by learning about the farming techniques we utilize Read More »


Animal Adventures

FEE: $10 per student/parent (school staff are free)

PreK – 5th grade: What types of animals live at Queens Farm? Students will learn more about the livestock we raise and how each animal benefits the farm. Read More »


History of NYC

FEE: $10 per student/parent (school staff are free)

Note: Our historic farmhouse can only accommodate one class per day (35 people maximum).

3rd – 5th grade: Step inside our 18th century farmhouse to learn about the life of Dutch farmers, Jacob and Catherine Adriance. Read More »

6th – 12th grade: Journey through the history that shaped New York City. From indigenous peoples to Dutch colonialism, Queens Farm showcases 300-years of the history of agriculture as a way of life in NYC. Read More »


What’s the Buzz? Bees & Pollinators

FEE: $10 per student/parent (school staff are free)

2nd – 5th grade: Bees are fundamental to our food system. Through an indoor presentation students will be introduced to the life and behavior of honeybees and learn how bees pollinate many of the crops we eat every day. Read More »

6th – 12th grade: Can we survive without pollinators? Students observe the essential role of native and cultivated pollinators on our ecosystem and food system. Read More »