Visit Aerie Farms

Want to learn more about our forest and farm and the practices that we believe respect and nourish nature? Come and spend an hour or two on a guided tour of the property. Want to learn about something specific? Let us know so that we can plan ahead. You can purchase eggs, wool, herbs, and produce directly from us at the farm. Visitor tour fees help support the work we do at Aerie Farms, and cover the time we are happy to spend with you on the farm. Let us know if you’re unable to cover the costs of visiting and we will do our best to accommodate you. We will do our best to make a visit possible for anyone, so please contact us ahead of time if you need special arrangements due to limited mobility.


Livestock Tour

Offered from April through October. Come meet the goats, sheep, chickens, and cows in person. Feed and pet our super-friendly ruminants and meet the many beautiful breeds of egg laying chickens we keep at Aerie Farms. Learn about how we manage our livestock, and how the animals help us in managing the land we live on. Offered for individuals or groups of up to 6 people at a time. $20 per person.


Native Plant and Animal Tour

Offered from April through October. Join us on a hike around the forest of Aerie Farms, with over 2 miles of trails. Our land in the Cascade mountain foothills of Oregon’s Willamette Valley is full of native plants and animals. Giant old-growth trees around Pond Lake are habitat for many birds of prey, and native flowering shrubs offer nectar for hummingbirds.. You’ll get to see native birds that thrive on the berries and bugs of the undergrowth. Offered for individuals or groups of up to 6 people at a time. $20 per person.


Garden Tour

Offered June, July, and August when the summer sun keeps our garden thriving. Interested in Pacific Northwest gardens? We are excited to share what we have learned in a lifetime of Oregon living. We tend to both edible and ornamental gardens and are lucky to have tons of trees scattered across our 70 acres. We use organic permaculture practices to produce all of our plants, and work hard to minimize waste and protect our natural splendor. You’ll get to learn about what kinds of plants work well in our climate, and how to plan gardens that produce food for both people and wildlife. Offered for individuals or groups of up to 6 people at a time. $20 per person.