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Classified as an agri-tourism site, Kahariam Farms is endorsed by Department of Tourism and Sen. Cynthia Villar. Why visit an organic farm?
Here are a few things that makes organic farming so important:
1. Minimize the harmful effect of chemicals to humans
2. Prevent pollution of wells, underground water and other bodies of water
3. Encourages healthy soil for sustainable farming practice
4. Lower production costs for farmers
We have been sharing our passion with educational institutions hoping agriculture will gain interest in the lives of the next generation. We’ve created a fun organic farm tour for students to help them grasp information more effectively and to aid as an extension of classroom learning.
Organic Farming Field Trip (Overnight):
“Kahariam Farm was an enriching experience for our students and teachers alike. We discovered the beauty of a simple life, going back to what is natural, and more importantly, it taught our students to value the hard work farmers put into every grain of rice on our plate. Its thrust for organic farming is in line with our school’s advocacy for peace education, specifically, caring for the earth. We are truly thankful for the Kahariam experience and we feel blessed to now share this advocacy with them as we plant more seeds of hope and love for humanity in our children and the Filipino youth of today.”
— Kristine V. Canon (Create & Learning Paths School Director)
Let Ernie the earthworm show you around the farm!
Kahariam’s Organic Farm Tour:
1. Ernie’s Food Station: Agricultural Waste Management
2. Ernie’s Work Station: Vermicomposting & Vermiculture
3. Ernie’s Sharing Station: Organic Vegetable Production
4. Ernie’s Sharing Station2: Organic Rice Seed Production
Other wonderful sights to see:
See and feel the biggest earthworm farm in the country
Explore the greenhouses that store tons of valuable worm compost
Walk through our 200-meter covered pathway farms which produced the first organic rice seeds in Asia
Enjoy taking pictures of the organic free range chickens, eggs and other livestock (pigs, turkeys, geese and ducks)
Have lunch with freshly picked fruit and vegetables from our garden
View and learn the seedling nursery greenhouses
Relax in the Gazebo that overlooks the organic vegetables gardens
Learn the wellness of eating organic foods
Walk through our vegetable maze and see how many plants you can name
Tour add ons with a minimal charge include:
Feed our Tilapia & Koi fish at the pond
Get in the mud and experience planting rice for the first time *seasonal
Enroll your school today for this fun filled experience and explore the many learning opportunities your students can participate in at Kahariam’s Organic Farm!
Tour Duration: 2-3 hours (One morning and afternoon tour during the day)
Group Size: Minimum of 30 pax, maximum 500 pax
Inquire on price and tour add-ons based on group’s interests.