Là di Muk guest farm is also an educational farm, where children can discover nature and enjoy getting to know the rural world. It’s like an open-air classroom for learning the values of country culture and respect for the environment.
Là di Muk educational farm is the product of our passion for farming and love of teaching, and has become an opportunity to restore the ties between city and countryside, school and local realities.
Our educational paths allow you to discover for yourself the noises, smells, traditions and animals of the farm, while our workshops offer the chance for experimentation. We will show you how to make a fun scarecrow with recycled materials
and how to transform seeds and hay into a unique collage to take home with you.
The merry-go-round of rural life. A trip back in time to discover rural culture: traditional nursery rhymes and proverbs describe country life and the work behind the products that end up on our tables.
We’ll discover the bonds between man and the environment, nature and agriculture by returning to the cultural roots of our civilisation. We will also take a look at the games children used to play in order to see how they used to have fun.
From the seed to the plant, from corn to doll. A path to discover farming tools
and how a little seed can become a tall plant with a tasty secret:
a cob is hidden in its papery husk! Its yellow kernels are perfect for making into cornmeal, but they can also be transformed into exploding popcorn.
Once upon a time skilled hands used to make bags, dolls and other household objects from the husks.
The Husk Museum in Reana del Rojale, close to Là di Muk guest farm, houses many examples of this old art.