SUNDAYS by request—Tours last 2-4 hours and include a short nature hike, visit to the farm, garden, orchards, and campground. Call to schedule. Donations appreciated!
Mushroom Workshop—Time and place to be announced on the website of AUGUSTA LOCALLY GROWN (under “workshops” tab of the market listings).
February 16, 2018—Celebrate Georgia organics conference! Meet some aspiring connection animals. Hmm, who will be there and where to go? Check Khakalakifarm facebook for updates…will it be Nacho Mamas?? Mellow Mushroom?? Follow the clues and see you there!
February 5, 2017—FRUIT & NUT TREE WORKSHOP—2:00 – 5:00 PM
Mr. Jerald Larsen, County Extension Agent (retired)
Fort Valley University Extension Program
(serving middle Georgia)
Khakalaki Farm, LLC
324 Girl Scout Camp Road
Trenton, SC 29847
*look for the logo on our gate
Cost: $5 per adult
Purchase tickets at Augusta Locally Grown (ALG) under the “classes and workshop” category or directly through the farm by paypal to email@example.com (note that it is for the “fruit tree workshop”). If you do not have paypal or use ALG, email the Farm at the address given above and we will reply with your list number as confirmation. Confirmed attendees may pay at the event with cash or check.
Please note: This event is limited to the first 25 participants to sign-up.
Sunday Feb 5, 2017 from 2 to 5 pm **alternate rain date Feb 12-see farm Facebook page or website for the latest update if rain is predicted.
NOVEMBER 12, 2016—FARM DAY & CAMP OUT—For Local AA, Family Groups-AA, Al-Anon, Alateen and ACA
- 9-10 AM—arrive to help clean and set up if you can
- 11-12:00 Noon—arrive at campground
- 12-1:30 PM—tour of campground and farm-wear comfy walking shoes
(Maybe some farm games—what can we come up with?)
- 2:30-3:00 PM—meditation
- 3:00 PM—potluck lunch (electricity available for crock pots, etc. but no freezer space)
- Fellowship and bonfire thereafter…
- Welcome to stay over night—RV hook ups or cabins (sleep 3 each) $30 donation appreciated / free tenting (bring your tent)
Are you ready to have fun??
—goat wheelbarrow races?
APRIL 2, 2016—SHEEP SHEARING DAY! 11AM-2PM This free event is the perfect weekend get-away…with or without the kids! Come watch this traveling shearer work his gentle magic, and then enjoy a farm tour and farm-fresh snacks on this bucolic permaculture setting.
March 22, 2016—Meet Khakalaki Farm and a few personable farm critters like these wool sheep!
JUNE 12-14, 2015—ABATE of SC Campout, year two! Bike games, live music, lots of food and more at this members only event. Are you a motorcycle rider? Join ABATE and the fun!
APRIL 11, 2015—SHEaR Fun! We are having a fun day of demonstrations including shearing and wool processing, spinning, knitting and related demonstrations. There will be a petting zoo and kids activities. Lunch from our chemical free farm and a farm tour are included in your ticket price! tickets on line at Augusta Locally Grown, or via paypal at firstname.lastname@example.org or email us from our contact form. $20 for adults, $5 for kids and a family discount of $50 for 2 adults and up to 4 kids.
Join us for a family-friendly morning on a local sustainable permaculture farm.
- sheep shearing demo
- skirting, spinning & knitting demos
- farm tour, hike & children’s farm activities
- simple, farm-fresh, sit-down lunch served at 1pm
- overnight camping is an additional option
SEPTEMBER 2014—Lexington of Abate Fellowship Campout
JULY 19, 2014—Family BBQ & Music by David Hodges and Hugh.
JUNE 2014—ABATE of SC state campout. ABATE, A Brotherhood Against Totalitarian Enactments. This private event is several days of camping, live music, and brotherhood.
Celebrate the re-opening of the campground! Khakalaki Campground! Please review our KHAKALAKI CAMPGROUND INFORMATION AND AGREEMENT & WAIVER.
MAY 2014—now milking goats! Baby pigs!
APRIL 12, 2014—Sheep Shearing Demonstration by Jonathan Hearne and Fiber overview by Phoenix Fiber Farm of Beech Island, SC
APRIL 3, 2014—Backyard Hog Processing Workshop…Well attended, educational event sponsored by the Abbeville Office of Clemson Extension. Clemson University.
FEBRUARY 2014—Birthing month for goats and lambs!
JANUARY 2014—Creating Shitake Mushroom logs – Surviving the “icepocalypse”!