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

Spring is Happening at IVOF&G!

Spring is here and the Farm is in motion with spring classes, community workshops, the farm stand, and more!


Farm Stand Is Open!csa-box-1

Every 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.

farm_saleSpring Plant Sale 

Saturday and Sunday April 22 & 23
10am – 3pm, both days
Buy certified organic vegetable starts, fruit trees, herbs, annual and perennial pollinator friendly flowers. Enjoy community workshops and demonstration gardens, traditional foods and more!

Volunteer Workdays / Farm Tours

Volunteer Every other Saturday
Starting this Sat 4/8!
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! Workdays in April and May: 4/8, 5/6, 5/2
* be sure to bring sun protection and closed toe shoes 

tour-2Schedule 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

UC Marin Master Gardeners 
Kick-Off for Kids, Earth Day Workshop
Sat April 22nd, 1 – 2pm – $10
“Kick-Off for Kids” will teach children aged 5-8 years about the life of plants, the science of soil and how to plant seeds, while creating excitement about growing and eating fresh fruits and vegetables. Children must be accompanied during the workshop by an adult 18 years or older.
For more information and to register please click here.
The Cultural Conservancy

Enacting Food Sovereignty in New Zealand and Peru: Revitalizing Indigenous Knowledge and Food Practices with Dr. Mariaelena Huambachano, Brown University 

Sat April 29, 12pm – 1:30pm
Suggested donation: $10/person
Mariaelena is an Indigenous scholar originally from Peru and a citizen of New Zealand. She is interested in how indigeneity can influence a paradigm shift in the global food system, and in particular in the context of improving the relationship between food production, efficiency and biodiversity.
For more information contact us.
The Cultural Conservancy

Spring Planting Day with Rowen White

Sat May 13th, 10 – 3pm – $10-$30, sliding scale
Join special guest teacher Rowen White for
Planting Sacred Seeds in a Modern World; Haudenosaunee Seed Wisdom. Rowen will share of her journey to find her ancestral seeds of her Mohawk and Iroquois lineage and family, as well as her unique holistic, indigenous permaculture based approach to seed stewardship which honors the many layers of seed culture. Enjoy traditional teachings, native foods and hands on the farm.
For more information contact us.


Visit the Calendar for More! 

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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.