Mike Mills and Dan Kilbourne are the farm's treasurer and vice president.
Kilbourne has a 17-year-old son, Connor, who is highly functional on the Asperger's spectrum — and Mills is Kilbourne's best friend."I kind of got involved, sat through some board meetings, and was happy to join," Mills said."It's a cliche, but there's something very special to see the farmers and how they interact with their job coaches," he said.
The farm recently added a therapeutic horseback riding program.
The farmers sell garden produce and eggs and items such as birdhouses that are crafted at the farm. Clair Chamber of Commerce, lives across the road from the farm — which is a chamber member."There's always activities and things going on," she said. Otherwise, it would just be an old house."Collette said a lot of work went into bringing the farm back to a working and productive operation."With the help of the Detroit Area Building Trades, we have put over $300,000 worth of improvements and equipment into this property," he said.
($5 per student or per extra adult.) Minimum of 15 students required.
We spend the time to make sure everyone works together as a clan in the war. We war once a week and encourage members to max out before upgrading Th.
You can expect an Orientation, Safety Rules, receive Farm Activity Books, explore eight Learning Centers (Chicken Chat, Horse Power, Great Grains and Feed Center, Garden Growth, Goat Gab, Tool Time, Naturalist and Pygmy Wonder), and have your lunch (that you bring) at the Farm.