Located in the gorgeous Tijuana River Valley Regional Park, Wild Willow is a non-profit educational farm that provides a variety of unique opportunities to learn first-hand about the many benefits of sustainable farming. It’s a beautiful spot to get away from the hustle and bustle of life and connect with nature in a deep and meaningful way.
We cater to a wide range of ages and skill levels, offering something for everyone:
Workshops & Courses: The farm delivers a diverse array of fun and educational workshops – from cheese making and beekeeping, to canning and soap making. There is truly something for everyone! View the calendar and sign up here. For the more serious minded, we offer Farming 101, a seven-week course teaching the fundamentals of regenerative sustainable farming. Learn more and sign up here.
Field Trips & Group Activities: We welcome schools, groups, and clubs of all kinds to visit Wild Willow and see first-hand how a small working farm operates. Students get the opportunity to taste produce, pet our goats, and enjoy the beautiful setting! Click here to schedule a visit.
CSA Farmshare (Community Supported Agriculture): Experience healthy, seasonal produce – fresh from the farm – as a Wild Willow CSA member. CSA members also get to enjoy course discounts, recipes, and special events. Sign up here.