BLOOMFIELD HILLS, MICH (WXYZ) – Owned and operated by Bloomfield Hills Schools (BHS) since 1967, Bowers School Farm has been a place for schools and our community to gather and celebrate agriculture.
Now, more than ever, food, farming, and the outdoors are essential to healthy living and harmony with the world around us. With over 93 acres of woods, fields, orchards and barns, there is always something new to explore at Bowers School Farm.
As a non-profit organization, public funding through the BHS General Fund supports teaching and learning activities for K-12 schools. Additional activities are made possible by the generosity of its visitors and funded through user fees, membership, donor support and the sale of its farm-fresh products. Entertainment, family and special events are central to the Farm’s mission as it creates a sense of belonging and “place” for all who enter its gates.
To learn more about Bowers School Farm and its upcoming activities, visit www.schoolfarm.org.