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Hands-on programs and classes result in an abundance of organic produce, plants ,and flowers that are offered to the community in many ways… 
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Welcome to Indian Valley
Organic Farm & Garden

What’s Happening at IVOF&G!


 

Farm Stand Is Open!csa-box-1

Every Wednesday & Saturday
10am – 2pm, rain or shine
Enjoy fresh organic seasonal produce, fruits and vegetables, organic plant starts, herbs and more…
Interested in wholesale produce? Please contact us to learn more about weekly availability and pricing.

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Ready for CSA

Interested in signing up for a weekly CSA?
Contact us to register. CSA boxes to start the week of July 15.

Volunteer Workdays / Farm Tours

Volunteer Workdays Every Thursday and Saturday
10am – 1pm
The IVOF&G relies on volunteer and community help, particularly this year with our small staff! Complete school volunteer hours, come with family, bring your friends!
                                     * be sure to bring sun protection and closed toe shoes 

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Schedule a Tour The Farm is also a teaching lab. Through our partners we provide classes, teaching labs, workshops, school field trips and tours for children and adults. Please contact us to coordinate a visit.

 


Upcoming Partner Events

The Cultural Conservancy hosts Andean ceremony with Siwar Champi Apaza, of the Q’ero Nation in Peru.
Fabian_AA_Fall-2013_TomPablo583Thursday June 29th
2pm – 4pm

Visiting Turtle Island for the first time, this practitioner and teacher of Andean spirituality and medicine wishes to share ceremony and teaching with our community. We are honored to host him here, in the land we call home, and on the farm we are cultivating. Our Media Director, Mateo Hinojosa, had the honor of circumambulating sacred Mount Ausungate with Siwar in 2010, and visited his home in remote and beautiful Nación Q’ero.

 

Marin Master Gardners Edible Demonstration Garden presents Summer Pruning to Keep Fruit Trees Small
work-studySaturday July 15
10am – 12pm (sign in starts at 9:30am)
$10 | receive 2 hours CE, UC Sponsored

Learn how to keep your fruit trees small so you can easily care for them and harvest without climbing a ladder. Root stock will only dwarf them a bit, so if you really want to keep them smaller, you need to summer prune. After a presentation, attendees will go to the orchard and observe as Susan and Laura do a pruning demonstration. Click here for more information and to register.

Speakers:
Laura Nicoletti, a Marin Master Gardener and a member of the pruning guild, runs her own business providing gardening coaching and aesthetic pruning of ornamental and fruit trees, shrubs and container plants. She is Sonoma State sustainable landscape certified and Bay Friendly Qualified.

Susan Pearson, a Marin Master Gardener and a member of the pruning guild, grows extensive edibles on her 1/2 acre lot. She and her husband owned and worked a commercial orchard in Healdsburg.

 

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Indian Valley farmstand–the story of the mosaics


Classes, work-study programs, workshops, field trips for school children and adults, an ethnobotanical garden for growing Native foods … 
and more!

The drawings throughout this website are by two artists: Davis TeSelle and Dana Husted, and are gratefully used with their permission.