Choose from Three Options
- $11 for farm tour for two ($20 value)
- $19 for farm tour for four ($40 value)
- $29 for farm tour for six ($60 value)
Guests will have the chance to talk with farmers and processors about what goes into growing fruits and vegetables. They’ll also see the source of where our food comes from, whether it’s a carrot rooted in the ground, an ear of corn growing in a field, or an apple picked off a tree. Learn more about the organic farm tour.
Laguna Farm takes its name from the body of water it lies next to—the Laguna de Santa Rosa, northern California's largest fresh-water marsh. The marsh provides nourishment to the more than 25-acre organic farm, which coexists with the native oak trees, plants, and wildlife, including song birds and herons. Farmers work to preserve the fertile land while providing Californians with high-quality, pesticide-free food. They offer CSA (community shared agriculture) programs through which participants receive a weekly or bi-weekly box of fresh produce and access to the farm store and vegetable stand. They also sell their produce at area farmers' markets on weekends.
For those who want an up-close look at the farm's operations, they lead tours that teach about farming topics including organic farming, crop rotation, seed saving, water conservation, and regenerative farming practices. These are all practices that they put into place, in addition to soil building and using solar power.