Important Registration Information
· To make the guided tours run as smoothly as possible, please register your students in groups of no more than 20, with at least 1 teacher or adult assigned to each group. You may need to go through the registration process multiple times in order to register all of your students. Thank you for your understanding. If you have any questions about how to register your group, please contact the event organizer listed on this page.
· This is a free event!
· Please arrive at least 15 minutes prior to the start of your tour to ensure adequate check-in time and to allow your students to participate in some pre-tour activities.
· Online ticket reservations end April 28, 2017.
· After completing the online registration process, please read all of the information provided in the confirmation email and printed on the ticket. You only need to print 1 ticket per group.
· Bus parking will be provided.
For more information about this AgMagic event, call (504) 736-6519.
You can also visit our Facebook Page at “AgMagic on the River”.
Tour Dates & Times
Guided tours for school groups and organizations
May 10-12, 2017
(start time) 9:15 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
Open to the public for self-guided tours
Saturday, May 13, 2017
10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
About AgMagic on the River
Mark your calendars and join us at AgMagic on the River for this one-of-a-kind event at Docville Farm 5124 East St. Bernard Highway, Violet, LA (about 15 minutes from Downtown New Orleans).
Do you think food, clothing, lumber and other products only come from a store? Come to AgMagic on the River and see and learn where your food and fiber really comes from! Docville Farm will be transformed this spring to show "AgMagic", which will take children and adults through a journey of Louisiana agriculture and economically beneficial commodities they use every day.
The AgMagic on the River experience will be an interactive, visually stimulating environment that will link food and fiber products we use every day to the forests, field crops and livestock produced by Louisiana farmers, ranchers and forest landowners. Featured crops will be displayed in various stages of development, and the importance of interaction between agriculture, the environment, and society at large will be highlighted.
For more information, contact Michael Mosley at 504-736-6519 or firstname.lastname@example.org .