Farm Shorts: Full House Farm

Sept. 19, 2013 by Kala Philo
Farm Shorts: Full House Farm

Sonoma—Sebastopol

Christine Cole beautifully sums up the quest for deeper connection we all seek when visiting farms and connecting with animals, especially horses.

First and foremost, it is a 23-acre mostly wild land.  One of the most attractive activities at Full House Farm revolves around the horses.  Harmony With Horses is designed to educate "kids" from 2-92, with the horses being the real teachers and Expansion Coach™, Christine Cole, skillfully guiding students.



There are mentoring programs for kids and inspiring, life-changing programs for adults. This is not your ordinary horseback riding experience, but rather a journey into the language of the horse. Christine's 30+ years of coaching is a rare find, unique in it's depth and insight.

Besides the horses, there are sheep, chickens, and rabbits. Tours are available for small and large groups. You can learn about micro-farming, organic foods and sustainable living.

There are picnic facilities if you are planning a visit for the day.