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Horticulture & Equine Active Learning

HEAL is a curriculum-based horticulture and equine learning experience that offers 1-day or multi-week programs. HEAL strives to create unique outdoor education and wellness learning opportunities that include fresh air and hands-on experiences.

Why Horses & Horticulture?


Taking advantage of all we have to offer on our 200 acre property, HEAL combines and highlights our equine and horticulture programs into one unique experience. Horses, plants, and beautiful natural surroundings are great reminders of mindfulness, teaching participants to slow down and be present. Touching a horse and digging your hands in the soil are both rich opportunities for learning and may be linked to relieving stress and developing a greater sense of connection.

HEAL 2024 Program Opportunities


Half Day Field Trip

Available for groups no larger than 30 and scheduled for 2 hours. This field trip includes up to 3 stations, typically starting with a walking educational tour of our pastures and barns. Students will have a hands-on encounter with one of our adaptive riding horses and learn all about the equine world!


The horticulture station typically includes an interactive farm project that encourages exploration of the greenhouse, fields, and the natural world around us.  Groups can also include a cooking or team building station.

Interested? Contact Sara at

Full Day Field Trip 

Available for groups no larger than 60 and scheduled for 3-5 hours depending on the group size. This option will include 4-6 stations for students to rotate through. There will be a break mid-program for lunch (not provided).

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Multi-Week Program 

Available for groups no larger than 24 students and typically runs 1.5 - 2 hours per visit. 4 - 8 visits are scheduled with a curriculum that slowly builds students knowledge, comfort, and abilities around horses and horticulture. This program may include a riding component if space is available.

Interested? Contact Sara at

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