We may have needed to postpone our spring fieldwork due to rainy weather, but you can still come out for a volunteer day to help with spring clean-up! From trimming tree branches, to cleaning up the gardens, or planting a shady flower bed, there are plenty of ways to get your hands dirty on a working farm! At Probstfield Farm our volunteers are stewards of land and of place. So roll up your sleeves, put on a pair of work gloves, and spend a few hours with us! Volunteers are needed starting at 10:00 a.m.
Looking for a place to garden this season? The POCG has plots available for the 2017 season! New gardeners can meet our Garden Coordinator, Sarah, and sign-up for a plot at our garden sign-up events. Find us in the commons area of the Moorhead Center Mall (north entrance) near the City Hall elevators on Sunday April 2, from 2 to 4 p.m and Monday, April 3, from 5 to 7 p.m.
Click here to learn more about our garden community.
- Wagon Rides
- Pioneer Games,
- Civil War Reenactors,
- Pumpkin Carving (buy and carve for yourself, or carve for the farm display!),
- Build-your-own Scarecrows (you bring the clothing, we’ll provide the straw!),
- Pick-your-own Pumpkin & Squash Patch, and
- Farm Fresh Produce from our farm grower, Legacy Gardens!
The patch will open for the 2016 season on Saturday, Sept 17, 2016 at 11:00am!
September 17, 18, 24, 25
October 1, 2, 8, 9
11:00 AM ~ 3:00 PM
An heirloom plant is a cultivar that has been nurtured, selected and handed down from one family member to another for many generations. Come learn about heirloom squash, and see their beautiful colors, shapes and sizes.
The final product for Dr. Angela Smith’s Fall 2014 NDSU Digital History class, this documentary explores the legacy of Randolph Probstfield, an early settler of the Red River Valley of the North. Led by graduate students Lynsay Flory and Dan Newland, undergraduates John Wells, Luke Koran, and Typhanie Schafer also contributed in various ways to the production. The documentary premiered on December 12, 2014 at the Hjemkomst Center in Moorhead, Minnesota.
Probstfield Farm’s Sunday Supper was featured in The Art Partnership’s blog today. Great write-up about a unique event whose proceeds benefit the Probstfield family log home! Don’t miss out on your chance to enjoy a fantastic meal in a gorgeous farmyard setting!