Farms are such a cool place to visit. I don’t think that I would ever want to be a farmer or live on a farm, but they have so many interesting spots as well as informative moments. Farms have a part of this worlds way of life since the beginning of time. Men have had to plant seeds and harvest in order to grow their food. And it’s not just their food at stake here: It’s yours and mine. All of the fruits, vegetables and natural grains that you mind in grocery stores comes from these extremely hard working people. But unfortunately, this is not Farmer’s Day. This is Farm Heritage Day. This is a day when people should be remembering farms around the world.
I can pretty much guarantee you that a farm in your area (and there is one. I live in LA and know of several) will be hosting some sort of Farm Heritage Day Event. Attending one means you will get to see how antique farm equipment worked including tractors and horse-drawn plows, as well as make crafts and play old fashioned farm games. I’m sure they will have a tour of the farms facilities as well as a lot of great home cooked food for you to eat. So, make sure you find a farm today and take the kids out to learn a little something. It will be good for you and great for our children. Enjoy your day outdoors!