Terra Cultura Farm
Terra Cultura is an educational eco-arts farm. The mission of Terra Cultura is to strengthen community resilience through education and collaboration in agroecology, sustainable living, and the arts. We facilitate hands-on learning and cooperative projects that strengthen our food systems, environment, and communities. Our projects and programs explore models of community collaboration and environmental ethics that break down systems of oppression and exploitation to aid in the creation of a more just, equitable, viable, and sustainable future. We do this through projects-based educational programs both in the community and on-site, with a focus on community impact and responding to stated community needs. Together, we are nourishing a culture of environmental stewardship and honing the tools to build a more resilient future.
Terra Cultura was founded with the aim to spur social and environmental change through education and collaboration. It takes a unified community to protect our environment, and to reclaim connections to our land and food systems. Terra Cultura takes an integrative approach to nourishing healthy communities, looking at everything from the food we eat and the buildings we inhabit, to our balance with the environment, and the quality of our social and cultural engagement.
Since our establishment in January 2017, we have partnered with local communities and the land to establish the infrastructure and facilities of our eco-arts farm, the foundation for our educational programming. We offer workshops, collaborative projects, and events, on-site, in the community, and virtually.
Eco-education visitors come to the farmsite to learn firsthand about our ecological farming and gardening methods, and sustainable living practices. Visitors engage with our no-till vegetable row crops, pollinator garden, healing garden, raised garden beds, and classroom yurt. Visitors learn about our water and power efficient systems, and how to implement them in their own homes. We teach our eco-arts program at local schools and facilitate collaborative public eco-arts projects to enhance and strengthen our communities. Learn more at www.terracultura.org.
Saturday & Sunday, October 8 & 9
Tours are at 12:00 & 3:00pm
Pre-registration is required.
Cost is $10 for adults & kids under age 10 are free.
Farm tour includes the pollinator garden, healing garden, no-till veggie row crops, solar powered energy efficient irrigation system, yurt, chickens, and a compost tea demo.
Tour activities are outdoors and socially distanced.
Click HERE to Register & Purchase Tickets
Products For Sale
A selection of seasonal produce is available for purchase.
Know Your Farmer – Know Your Food
“Farm, Art, Community.”