Reconnect With Your Agricultural Roots at Fishers AgriPark
These days, most people are pretty far removed from the farm, and it’s become more commonplace for folks – especially kids – to not know much about where their food comes from. That’s why it’s so important to seek out information and experiences that highlight how agriculture works and why it’s so vital to our daily lives. Luckily for Hoosiers, there’s an amazing educational destination right here in Indiana.
Discover Fishers AgriPark, a 33-acre urban farm that celebrates the city’s agricultural roots. Visitors are invited to visit the public fields and gardens, where they can pick their own produce and cut flowers – which they can take home for free. Guests can also get up close and personal with traditional livestock such as cows, ducks and sheep. Additionally, there’s a programming barn that is used for educational programs in partnership with Hamilton Southeastern Schools.
For more information about Fishers AgriPark, including hours of operation – which change seasonally – visit playfishers.com/217/Fishers-AgriPark.
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