About Stone Barns Center
Stone Barns Center for Food & Agriculture was established as a nonprofit organization. Its goal is to teach visitors about the sources of food, demonstrate farm-driven cuisine, and bring the field and pasture to the plate. Stone Barns Center’s focus on education is inspired by young farmers and their future, as well as the current food system. All of Stone Barns’ education programs encourage food citizens from near and far to make healthier choices for themselves and the planet by teaching about the food system and sustainable farming practices.
Visit Stone Barns Center
Stone Barns Center has several opportunities to create lasting memories through a variety of different experiences. Warm-Weather Weekends are self-guided tours to explore the farm, with educators leading activities throughout the day. Insider’s Tour gives a behind the scenes view of Stone Barns with a staff member who shares an in-depth look at their personal experience and how the center engages in all activities.
Weekend Admission: $22
Get Grounded (Free Weekday Tour)
Insider Tour: $20
Workshops (Various Throughout the Year): $25
Stone Barns has since launched food study programs targeted at high school students across the nation that have a passion for food and cooking, and are also interested in a healthier food system. This summer there will be two sessions for students. They will cook with produce straight from the fields while learning sustainable farming practices, and seeing the connection between farm and human health.
SUMMER 2018 DATES:
Session I: Weekdays, June 25-July 6 (no session July 4); $1,357 Members / $1,510 Non-Members
Transportation for Session I provided from Ossining High School and Sleepy Hollow High School
Session II: Weekdays, July 9-July 20; $1,508 Members / $1,675 Non-Members
“The ingredients — many from the surrounding farm, others from the family farm of the executive chef and co-owner, Dan Barber, in Great Barrington, Mass. — are so fresh and often unexpected, the preparations so thoroughly considered and the presentation so delightful that it has the power to shift your perspective.”
—Emily DeNitto, New York Times