Phillies Bridge Farm Project has hosted school field trips and other groups at our farm for over a decade. Our 65-acre non-profit working farm provides hands-on opportunities for visitors to experience where their food comes from.
Our farm, conveniently located between New Paltz and Gardiner, NY, includes five acres of organically-grown vegetables and berries, an enchanting children’s garden, greenhouses, an historic farmstead, farm animals, inspiring views of the Shawangunk Ridge, and a nature trail that winds through forest and wetland.
We are committed to providing quality educational programs for people of all ages. We welcome visitors from nursery schools, public or private schools (K-12), homeschoolers’ groups, college classes and clubs, scouting groups, youth groups, camps, non-profit agencies, and other organized groups.
If you are unable to come to the farm, our skilled educators are available to provide fun educational programming for your group at your location. In addition, we can offer assistance in starting your own school garden or greenhouse program.