​​In the tour you'll be talking about how the mill works,
​​how it is powered and see a flour milling demonstration.
You'll be able to take some of the flour home with you.​

The mill is not a certified food producer, but their grain comes from Bob's Red Mill.


2019 School at Home Adventures
* Located in Woodland, WA.​​
* The tour is about one hour, ​depending on how ​many questions ​there might be.
* ​10 people minimum, maximum 50
* All ages welcome


Built in 1876, The Cedar Creek Grist Mill has been fully
​restored as a working museum
​and is registered as a National Historic Site.


Although the Grist Mill tour itself is free, they really appreciate donations.
​With donations they are able to run the mill and stay open.
​If you would like to donate, please do so there.



Back to Field TripsFree for School at Home Adventures members, $1.00 for non-members.
There are changes in the membership after August 1st.
Click here to read about ​it.

Click here to sign up if you are interested in attending​,
or if you would like to become the contact person.


​As the contact person for this field trip...
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​You will decide on a date that works for you.
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You can decide on a name for the group if you'd like.
​Sometimes kids like to make up their own.
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​You will ​be the contact person for the families going​,
​giving them your cell phone number.

If you are interested, sign up and I will contact you.
​You are not obligated until you agree to do it.