Visit Doko Farm
When researching our farm's history, and that of the surrounding area, we came across multiple meanings for the name Doko, the original name of the train station that later became the town of Blythewood. One meaning that especially resonated with us was "gathering place." We hope that Doko Farm will become a gathering place for our family, friends and community. We invite you to spend part of your day with us. It seems that there is always something going on at Doko Farm!
Please read the following guidelines for a safe farm visit.
While we do everything we can to ensure our visitors' safety, please remember that Doko Farm is a real, working farm. As such, there are some hazards, including: fire ants, ticks, mosquitoes, poison ivy, farm tools, equipment, electric fences, barb wire, and livestock. Visitors must wear enclosed shoes, for safety and comfort. We also recommend sunscreen and long pants.
Supervised children are welcomed and encouraged to visit Doko Farm.
Pets are not permitted.
Spring Farm Fest 2022
Saturday, April 23, 2022 12pm-4pm
Calling all Families, Gardeners, and Small Farm Enthusiasts...
Join Doko Farm for a celebration of Spring!
This community event will feature local farms, tours of Doko Farm, and a community seed swap, all at one location.
Harvest Market at Doko Farm & Heritage Turkey Pick-Up
Saturday, November 19th, 2022 10am-1pm
Autumn is our favorite time of year, here at Doko Farm. The days are cooler, the leaves change color and fall from the trees, and we pause, if just for a minute, to celebrate another successful growing season. Join us for the Harvest Market at Doko Farm and take home something delicious.
Volunteer Opportunity for June 11 and 12!
Doko Farm is looking for a few volunteers to help direct parking and greet guests at the welcome tent, during the Ag + Art Tour (Saturday, June 11, 10am-4pm and Sunday, June 12, 1pm-5pm.
To sign up for a volunteer slot, click here.
If you are able to lend a hand, we would be so grateful!
Doko Farm loves our volunteers! Seriously, they are the best!
We welcome volunteers to help at the above events, group work days, and on an individual basis. Email us to be placed on our volunteer email list or for more details. firstname.lastname@example.org
Join us for one of our public farm tours! We believe that transparency is important in our food system and we welcome the chance to show you around Doko Farm. Our next public farm tour will be during Spring Farm Fest.
Group and private tours are on hold for the winter. We hope to resume these in the spring.
Bring your class to the farm for some hands-on learning!
Doko Farm is able to accommodate small school groups for tours and activities built to meet the needs of your group.
School Tours are on hold for the winter. We hope to resume these in the spring.
A Girl Scout Silver Award Project by Courtney and Phoebe
Here at Doko Farm, we completed our own Silver Award project by building a bench. This bench benefits the community because when people visit Doko Farm, they get tired and need a place to rest that's out of the sun. We completed this project in the summers of 2021 and 2022. We built this bench around a tree—using materials from a felled tree right here on the farm—near the pasture so people can observe the animals while resting.