We continue to look forward to learning how our farm can best serve the people we care about and provide accessible food to the urban communities we live in, while also stewarding our little slice of land.  For us, this looks like growing native, heirloom and perennial food crops; starting plants in our nursery for people to put in their own gardens; saving many of our own seeds; as well as continuing to find innovative ways to use the farm as a tool for community organizing.  This not only feeds and humbles our feral hearts, but also keeps us plugged in to greater issues of social, economic, and food justice.  Not to mention, we get off on slinging unusual produce and rad politics in the marketplace.

We have been on the scene in Sunol since 2014 and first got certified organic by CCOF in 2015.