Saturday mornings on the farm
Our fun Saturday mornings are a great time to experience the farm. We explore together what is happening as the seasons change. We hold baby chicks, watch the lambs, make butter, and chase the butterflies. Plus, there are always products to sample. This experience is fun for all ages and happens the fourth Saturday of the month from April thru September. The experience is always changing!
Bring your tent or RV
We have four RV sites set up around the farm so you can relax and enjoy the beauty and peace of the farm. All sites are set up to experience nature. Two sites have water and electricity close to the action, while two are more ‘in the rough,’ situated among the cottonwoods along the Arkansas River.
Stand Up For Soil
Every fall we throw a big party to celebrate the harvest season and fellowship with Jako friends and neighbors. We eat a great JakoPure meal, enjoy live music, a bonfire, and pasture walks. Stand Up For Soil is the theme, and each fall we focus on a different aspect of soil health. Last fall we watched the Farmers Footprint documentary, which is linked below. (It got rave reviews, it’s worth watching.) Stay tuned for details about Stand Up For Soil 2020!
Every other Friday morning throughout the summer, we gather under the big shade tree to read stories, sing songs and eat JakoPure snacks. It’s geared towards preschool thru early elementary, but you might find your older kids participating, too. Kids of all ages love it!
Home school learning tours
These tours are tailored to your group and what you’d like to learn or do. We try to experience everything that is happening in the season at hand! These experiences generally last 2-3 hours and include a JakoPure snack under the shade tree. Click below to create a learning tour that’s right for your group.
Coaching, transition, design
Are you looking for a new way to farm? Do you care about the soil but don’t know how to start? Want to integrate livestock into your farm? With more than 30 years of innovative farming experience and a fount of creativity, Ken is the one to talk to. He’s mentored dozens of farmers and entrepreneurs and is available for in-person, phone, or email consultation.