When Farmer Hello Kitty and her Friends need help on the farm, the Li'l Farmers lend a hand!
Kids love working in the fields, and learning about farming at this fun and educational hands-on workshop right here at Tanaka Farms!
They get to plant seeds, transplant seedlings, take care of plants, and harvest vegetables, all while enjoying the outdoors for this sweet partnership with our friends at Sanrio!
Check our SCHEDULE OF TOURS & EVENTS for upcoming workshops.
July 10 & 11, 2018
Pfew! It's getting really hot out there! The Li'l Farmers had to take lots of water breaks and take time out in the shade, just like our farmers do! But they persevered! Planted seeds, transplanted seedlings, and harvested vegetables! Below are a few shots from the day.
June 29, 2018
Another great day at Tanaka Farms with the Li'l Farmers helping out! It was pretty hot out there in the fields. The Li'l Farmers have a new appreciation for the hard work the farmers do in the hot sun. Here are a few photos!
June 28, 2018
These Li'l Farmer's did a great job weeding the flowerbeds and planting Romaine Lettuce at the farm today! They also planted Red Velvet Celosia flowers, and conditioned piles of soil. Here are some of the pictures!
June 27, 2018
A perfect summer day for getting out there and doing a Li'l farming! The Li'l Farmers cleared out the weeds and a whole row of overgrown Romaine lettuce! Then they planted new lettuce to grow! Below are some of the pictures from the day's workshop!
April 2 - 6, 2018
Children and adults of all ages enjoyed a day on the farm learning and getting their hands dirty. Planting, transplanting, weeding and planting vegetables were all in a days hard work. These are some of the pictures of the day. You can see the plants starting to sprout in the trays. Sorry the pictures are blurry the next set of pictures will be better.
Below are the seeds that were planted. These pictures are from April 23 so up to 19 days later and many plants are up to about a inch to 3 inches tall.
May 5, 2018 Pictures. These are much clearer. I tried to show the names as much as possible. Some of the names faded and were not legible or completely wiped off. The plants are growing but so are the weeds. We will have to go through and pull the weeds out soon.
Public Drinking Water Is Not Available.
Bring your own or bottled water is available for purchase at $2.00 bottle.
FOR YOUR SAFETY we recommend wearing comfortable shoes that you don't mind getting dirty. Please avoid wearing sandals/flip-flops, open-toed shoes or high heels.
In complying with insurance policies, and for your protection, PETS and WAGONS are prohibited.