Do we have to visit the farms in any particular order?
No. All participating farms will be open during Open Farms Day, and you may visit them in any order you choose. The farms are listed on this website in a north to south direction, in the event visitors wish to visit them in that order.
What happens if it rains?
Open Farms Day will take place rain or shine.
Are there public restrooms at any of the farms?
Because all of the farms participating in Open Farms Day are private residences, there are no public restroom facilities available. Please plan accordingly!
What do we need to do to enter to win the door prize basket?
In order to qualify to win the door prize basket, you must visit each participating farm, and obtain a stamp from each farm on your Farm Pass. Only farm passes containing the four farm stamps and that are fully completed will qualify for the raffle. The winner of the raffle will be notified by telephone on Saturday evening, and therefore need not be present to win.
What does the door prize basket contain?
Lots of goodies, all contributed by the participating farms! Just like last year, the basket will be on display throughout the afternoon at Treat Farm. Once again, local artist (and great friend to the farms!) Tracy VanArman Ovesny has handpainted a beautiful one-of-a-kind watering can, which will also be awarded to the door prize winner.
Are dogs or other pets allowed at the farms?
For the safety of all visitors, dogs and other pets (other than service animals) will not be allowed at the farms.
Where can I get a Farm Map or Farm Pass?
The easiest way to obtain a Farm Map or Farm Pass is to print it directly from this website. Copies may also be obtained at the Case Memorial Library and at the participating farms during August.
Who can I contact if I have more questions that aren't answered here?
For additional information about Orange Open Farms Day, please email firstname.lastname@example.org, or contact Heather Bucknam at Treat Farm, (203) 799-2453.