Sunflower fields forever


Whitney Vickers | Fairborn Herald

The sunflower field on Whitehall Farm will bloom in full force by Sunday, Sept. 3. Organizers ask that visitors turn left down the gravel lane and park in the designated grassy lot and off of U.S. Route 68.

Sunflower field visitors are permitted to take photos. However, the property owners ask that individuals leave the flowers in-tact and that no commercial work take place in the field.

Whitney Vickers | Fairborn Herald

The sunflower field on Whitehall Farm will bloom in full force by Sunday, Sept. 3. Organizers ask that visitors turn left down the gravel lane and park in the designated grassy lot and off of U.S. Route 68.

Individuals are also welcome to volunteer at the sunflower field between 8:30 a.m.-8:30 p.m. on the weekend days that the field is in bloom. The Tecumseh Land Trust, who presents the field to bring awareness to the environment and mission of land trusts, is searching for at least one person to direct visitors down the gravel lane toward the grassy lot for parking. For more information, email the TLT at sunflower@tecumsehlandtrust.org.

Whitney Vickers | Fairborn Herald The sunflower field on Whitehall Farm will bloom in full force by Sunday, Sept. 3. Organizers ask that visitors turn left down the gravel lane and park in the designated grassy lot and off of U.S. Route 68.
http://www.fairborndailyherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/50/2017/08/web1_1-10.jpgWhitney Vickers | Fairborn Herald The sunflower field on Whitehall Farm will bloom in full force by Sunday, Sept. 3. Organizers ask that visitors turn left down the gravel lane and park in the designated grassy lot and off of U.S. Route 68.

Sunflower field visitors are permitted to take photos. However, the property owners ask that individuals leave the flowers in-tact and that no commercial work take place in the field.
http://www.fairborndailyherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/50/2017/08/web1_2-9.jpgSunflower field visitors are permitted to take photos. However, the property owners ask that individuals leave the flowers in-tact and that no commercial work take place in the field.

Whitney Vickers | Fairborn Herald The sunflower field on Whitehall Farm will bloom in full force by Sunday, Sept. 3. Organizers ask that visitors turn left down the gravel lane and park in the designated grassy lot and off of U.S. Route 68.
http://www.fairborndailyherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/50/2017/08/web1_3-10.jpgWhitney Vickers | Fairborn Herald The sunflower field on Whitehall Farm will bloom in full force by Sunday, Sept. 3. Organizers ask that visitors turn left down the gravel lane and park in the designated grassy lot and off of U.S. Route 68.

Individuals are also welcome to volunteer at the sunflower field between 8:30 a.m.-8:30 p.m. on the weekend days that the field is in bloom. The Tecumseh Land Trust, who presents the field to bring awareness to the environment and mission of land trusts, is searching for at least one person to direct visitors down the gravel lane toward the grassy lot for parking. For more information, email the TLT at sunflower@tecumsehlandtrust.org.
http://www.fairborndailyherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/50/2017/08/web1_4-6.jpgIndividuals are also welcome to volunteer at the sunflower field between 8:30 a.m.-8:30 p.m. on the weekend days that the field is in bloom. The Tecumseh Land Trust, who presents the field to bring awareness to the environment and mission of land trusts, is searching for at least one person to direct visitors down the gravel lane toward the grassy lot for parking. For more information, email the TLT at sunflower@tecumsehlandtrust.org.