Tomato & Melon Jubilee

Lots of Fun Activities on Saturday, August 8 • 8am to 12 pm

Rebuild signageJoin us for a summer tradition at the farm stand. We will have all our regular Saturday @ the Farm activites plus heirloom tomato and melon tastings, chef demos, live music by Millington Strings, preservation tips, farm tours, yoga and a free succulent class.

Same Day!
Fun on the Farm
• 9 to 11 am

Join the fun and explore the American River Ranch: Meet the farm animals, dig in the garden soil, plant seedlings, make a farm fresh snack, create something special to take home. Especially for kids (suggested ages 3 to 9). Pre-registration required for Fun on the Farm >>  Note: Registration is for children only, accompanying adults are free.


Farm Stand: Saturdays 8am to 12:30pm

Fresh, Seasonal, Local and Organic Vegetables and Fruit

Kurt Spataro at Farm StandTaste and purchase fresh from the field produce and enjoy organic coffee and delicious Magpie Café baked goods. Stock up on tomatoes, peppers, eggplant, potatoes, basil, lettuce, kale, chard, beets, carrots, turnips, radishes, garlic, cherries, corn, winter squash, pumpkins, strawberries and more. Fun activities, tours and classes!

Fun activities, tours and classes every Saturday, May 23 through mid-November, 8am to 12:30pm at the American River Ranch.

July 25 on the Farm:

Join us for an all-levels Yoga class from 9 to 10am in the Outoor Classroom led by Summer Ward and other local yoga teachers including Stacey Swimme, Michelle Sweezy, Ellie Holloway, Jim Meek, Halsey Boyd and Linda Thepot. The suggested $10 donation helps support our educational programs and projects including construction of a shade structure over the outdoor classroom.

Jimbo, Johnnie & Junior will be performing in the barn from 9am to 12 pm.

We encourage you to bike or walk to the ranch, bring your shopping bag, and take a self-guided tour around the farm. Cash and EBT accepted. (Photo by Joan Cusick)

big day of giving

We Cockle-Doodle-Did-It!

Thank You for Your Generosity and Support on Big DOG

GiveLocalNow's Big Day of Giving was a huge success for the Sacramento region! (Sacramento came in #2 in the nation with $5.6 million raised, exceeding the $5 million goal set for the single-day event). Soil Born Farms received $22,570 in donations not counting the prize we won and the match money we earned.

View the Big DOG leaderboard to see how our community stepped up to support our local nonprofits.

Thank You!