Our non-profit educational farm, Wild Willow, provides opportunities for students of all ages to learn about farming in a way that respects people, wildlife, and the planet. School aged students are invited to participate in our field trip program while older students are are able to learn farming skills through our workshops and courses.
Located in the Tijuana River Valley Regional Park, Wild Willow offers a beautiful place to learn, unwind, and connect to nature in a deep and meaningful way.
We cater to a wide range of ages and skill levels, offering something for everyone:
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. Taste the produce, pet some goats, and enjoy the beautiful setting! We also offer Girl Scout Badge Experiences and a fun, educational kid’s party venue. Click here to schedule a visit.
Classes & Workshops: The farm delivers a diverse array of fun and educational workshops – from cheese making and beekeeping, to canning and soap making, and many other gardening and homesteading topics. There is truly something for everyone! View the calendar and sign up here.
Farm School: For those seeking a more in-depth introduction to tending the land, our seven-week course – Farming 101 – teaches the fundamentals of regenerative farming. This course is applicable to agriculture in all settings – whether you are a budding farmer, a home gardener, or simply curious to learn more about growing food. Learn more and sign up here.
Volunteering: Volunteers are welcome at Wild Willow Farm, where we host open community volunteering every Saturday from 9:30am – 12:00pm. No experience needed, families welcome. Click here to volunteer.