The farm is located in Sarıbeyler village. Farming is the main livelihood of the family. There are two buildings, a courtyard and a garden in the farm, where three generations live together (kids come in summer). Volunteers are accommodated in a village house designated for them. Major crops are wheat, oat and clover. Tomatoes, peppers, melons, watermelons, and walnuts are grown just enough for the family. The farm is within a 2nd degree Archeological Preservation Site. There are tourist attractions close by, such as Türkmen Mountain National Park, Suçıktı Picnic Area and Sarıbeyler Irrigation Dam. Locals are trying to perpetuate crafts such as felting, textile and basket weaving, and training courses are organized in the town.
MAY: Planting, hoeing, oat and clover harvest, clover irrigation, corn planting, cheese making, bread and scone making JUN: Corn planting, wheat, garlic and clover harvest, irrigation, hoeing JUL-AUG: Hoeing, irrigation, clover harvest, making cheese, bread, scone, bulgur, tarhana (traditional soup), salça (traditional tomato paste), drying eggplants and peppers SEP: Irrigation, clover harvest, making cheese, bread, scone, bulgur, tarhana (traditional soup), salça (traditional tomato paste), and pickles