At Wild Willow Farm we educate, cultivate, and empower sustainable food communities in San Diego since 2010
WILD WILLOW AT A GLANCE
Wild Willow Farm is a non-profit educational farm managed by the Resource Conservation District of Greater San Diego County. We are a nurturing space that encourages biocultural diversity, providing experiences to nurture self-empowerment and inspire people to connect to food, land, and each other.
We cater to a wide range of ages and skill levels, offering something for everyone. Bring your organization or school to the farm for a field trip or group activity, learn how to grow food in our farm school course, or gain a deeper understanding of health and wellness at one of our workshops or community events. Saturdays are open to the public for volunteering, exploring the farm and meeting our friendly staff.
WHAT WE OFFER
WILD WILLOW BY THE NUMBERS
We have been supporting the local community since 2010! Recent successes include:
14,500+ lbs. of produce sold.
4,000+ lbs. of produce donated, valued at more than $16,000.
1,710 volunteer hours contributed valued at more than $47,000.
185 students educated through workshops.
20 families participated in Farm 2 Families.
Diverted 74 tons of food scrap into 1,848 cubic feet of compost.
We have missed our people! We are slowly resuming our community volunteer days, limiting to ten people and observing safety precautions. Currently being offered on Mondays and Saturdays from 9:30 - 12:30. Wear a mask, bring water, and join us.
All are welcome.
FIELD & GROUP TRIPS
We welcome groups from schools and organizations to learn about the farm and the importance of our regenerative and sustainable practices. We offer both team building and curriculum based experiences.
Sign up for our Farmshare program and receive freshly harvested, locally grown, pesticide-free seasonal produce. Come visit your food while it's growing and shake the hands of those growing it.
Recent Posts from our Blog
If you really pay attention, you’ll notice that there is an insurrection taking place. Sounds dramatic, right? Well, it is. Tribes of folks both young and old are taking up shovels against those who would stand in the way of them living an awake, healthy, purposeful, and independent life.