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Group Tours are on hold

UPDATE: Our repairs have been further delayed due to Hurricane Michael and our connections in Port St. Joe and Mexico Beach, the panhandle of Florida. For these reasons, field trips are on hold indefinitely.

Due to  losing a roof during hurricane Irma our classroom (pictured below) has been totally gutted.
It has taken us 6 months to get the roof put back on. Now we are working on resetting the interior.
We are thankful for your interest and hope to resume Field Trip Fridays in the late Fall or Early winter of 2018/2019.

We did not have insurance to pay for any repairs.
If you care to make a donation to the restoration effort here at the farm click here.

We do field trips for homeschool groups and families. If you gave a group/family and want to organize a field trip, please email Cherie at this email address:

We have done specialty training classes and other group tours.
If you have a special interest let us know, let’s will see if we can work out an accommodation.

If you have already set up a field trip, CLICK HERE to make your payment


We have had the pleasure of hosting Home School Groups to our farm (home) on Fridays.  We start with a Prayer (that no one gets stung)  and a Pledge Allegiance to the flag (the US flag).  I enjoy teaching about "A Bee's Life in a Bee Colony" in an air-conditioned classroom. 

Feild Trip Photo

We then take a break from bee class and talk about "Back Yard Chickens" and enjoy sometime outside watching a bee hive up close, and chasing and holding several neat breeds of chickens.  Sometimes we have young chicks which are the kid's favorites.  Then we have a "Bee Shop and Airplane Hanger Tour."  One topic I like to touch on is what I call "God's Economy."  Its amazing how chickens and bees are popular today and date back to early ages as a core provision from individuals to armies.  I then jump outside and check on my insect armies.  Everyone can watch through the picture window as I demonstrate how a beekepers works a hive. Then after solving the riddle 'which came first the chicken or the egg?' we take a lunch break (bring your own brown bag lunch) and have a casual time to talk about what ever interests you.

Here is a document with more details:  Bee Healthy Honey Farms Tour_info.pdf


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