A Celebration of Spring, Local Farms, Gardening, and Earth Day

A Free Community Event

Event Postponed Due to Predicted Thunderstorms

New Date and Time: Saturday, April 29th, 10am-2pm


When you arrive, please follow the signs to enter Doko Farm's driveway and a volunteer will direct you where to park. For safety, please avoid parking on the road. Please watch for pedestrians, especially children. Carpooling and smaller vehicals are encouraged, when possible. 


Once you park, head over to the welcome tent, near pasture. There you will find important information on bio-security & how to disinfect your shoes, and an event schedule. We hope you enjoy Spring Farm Fest! Thank you for supporting local, small, sustainable farms!

Spring Farm Fest

Event Schedule (check back for times and updates)

Community Seed Swap

Bring seeds to swap with your neighbors! Leave your packets/container of seeds at our community seed swap table and take home something new to try. 

Community Seed Swap Tips

Support Local, Small, Sustainable Farms at our Farmers Market

Confirmed Farms for 2023:

Even More Family Fun!

Win a Prize!

With the Farm Olympics postponed, we have a couple bags of ReSoil Compost to gift at the Spring Farm Fest, tomorrow!

There are 2 ways to win a bag:

1. The Earth Day Challenge (aka Carpool to Spring Farm Fest) Load up your vehicle with as many friends and family members as you can, and bring them to Spring Farm Fest. Most people to arrive in a vehicle (with seatbelts properly worn) wins a bag! (In the case of a tie, all drivers in the tie will have their names added to a hat, for a chance to win.)

2. Or attend the Composting Workshop presented by Greenleaf Farms. Workshop attendees can learn how to create their own compost at home, and put their name in a hat for a chance to win a bag to use this spring!

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. 

Volunteer at Spring Farm Fest

A special shout out to our volunteers. Our small farm would not be able to pull off an event of this size, without your help. We are so grateful and you are truly Rock Stars!

1st Annual Farm Olympics

Postponed Until Autumn...

We are smitten with the idea of hosting a Farm Olympics and it will happen. We are postponing the games until Autumn to give us time to regroup and make this event as amazing as we know it can be. 

Do you have what it takes to compete like a farmer? 

Test your grit in the 1st annual Farm Olympics at Doko Farm!

Registration is now open. All team donations help offset the costs of hosting our free community events.

Photos from Spring Farm Fest 2022