Field Trip!

      Today we went to Craig Shaaff's farm. He had a lot of organic vegetables. We got to pet some goats. He showed us how to make soil blocks. He had a lot of tomatoes. I had a lot of fun. ~Tighe

   Today on 4-20-10 we visited Craig Schaaf's farm. We saw oranges, tomatoes, and other fruits and vegetables. Craig Schaaf told us some ways to make your plant grow better. He even showed us his goats. After that we had to leave. I had a great time there!  ~Jarrod 

        Craig Schaaf is Organic planter. Our class went to see him on April 20th. He showed us how to make blocks. We also got to see his cute goats. Their names are Cinnomon, Lily, Lavender, Sunshine, and Rosemary. I had a lot of fun on our field trip.

Today our class went to Craig Schaafs farm. First he showed us his soil blocks. Then he was showing us his tomatoes. We then made some soil bricks. The field trip was fun!  ~Robert 

My class went on field trip. It was fun. We saw animals. The animals were goats. One goat was pregnant. We got to see how to make soil blocks. ~Ashlee

On Tuesday, April 20, 2010 the fifth graders went on a field trip. We went to a greenhouse/farm. The owners name was Craig Schaaf. We learned about organic vegetables. One was tomatoes. We also learned how to make soil blocks. My favorite part was seeing the goats. Going on the field trip was so much fun.

 On April 20, we went to Craig Schaaf's greenhouse. It was a lot of fun. He grows organic vegetables, and he also has goats, ducks, chickens, and cats. He showed us his tomatoes, carrots, and how to make soil blocks. I thought the soil blocks were really cool. When he was done making them, we dug in the dirt with our hands. I had a great time at the greenhouse.        ~Kiara

On 4-20-10 the 5th grade went to Craig Schaaf's green house .He had cats, chickens, ducks, and 6 goats. He also showed us how to make soil blocks. In one green house there were 3 rows of tomatoes. There were about 4 to 5 green houses and there were tons of plants. The field trip was a good learning experience.    ~April

    On April 19, 2010 my class went Craig Schaf's farm. He grows Organic vegetables. We learned how to make soil blocks. He showed us how to make little and big ones. Also he has 8 different goats. We did not get to see the two little baby ones or the big dad goat. We got to see the other 6 goats. Also he has 3 different kinds of tomatoes. They have strips on them. ~Kassie

     On April 20th 2010 the fifth grade class went to Craig Schaaf's farm. He grows organic vegetables in greenhouses. It was cool because he taught us how to make soil blocks. Also, he had all of his starting plants in them. He also had a lot of animals such as goats, cows, chickens, and cats. We went and saw the goats. The farm was very cool.  ~Kyle

On 4-20-10 we went to a green house. We saw animals. Like goats. Also we saw tomatoes. We learned how to make soil block. He grows organic vegetables. I had a lot of fun.

On April 20, 2010 we went to a greenhouse. The person who owns the greenhouse is Craig Schaaf. He grows organic vegetables. He also has eight goats. He showed us how to make soil blocks. It was the most coolest thing ever.   ~Grace

    Today we went to Craig Schaaf's farm. We toured houses. He also taught us how to make soil blocks. In his greenhouses he grows organic vegetables. One thing that was pretty cool was he grows zebra tomatoes. Zebra tomatoes are green tomatoes with yellow stripes on them. At the end we got to see and pet his goats. The field trip was really fun and really educational.  ~Kelly

On April 20, 2010, my class went on a field trip.  We went to Craig Schaaf’s farm.  First we went into a greenhouse.  The greenhouse was pretty big.  Then we looked at the carrot beds.  After that we looked at tomato plants.  We also pet goats.  It was fun. ~Brooke

On April 20, 2010 we went to a green house. The guys name was Craig Schaaf. He grows organic vegetables. The plants that he was growing were cool. We also got too see his goats. He has eight goats. I think the field trip was awesome. ~Michele

 On April 20, 2010 my class and I went to Craig Schaaf's farm. He grows organic fruits and vegetables. He also has goats. At his farm he grows tomatoes, onions, eggplants, carrots, strawberries, and other vegetables and fruits. It is very cool at Craig Schaaf's farm. ~Lauryn leads to all pages since 1997