Regenerative agriculture provides answers to the soil crisis, the hunger crisis, the health crisis and the climate crisis and the crisis of democracy
Soil Born Farms is a sanctuary within reach. I was looking for a space to hold my conflict transformation workshops where people could feel off the grid but without having to drive several hours, Soil Born Farms was the answer. The schoolhouse was the absolute perfect setting to do deep, transformative work. It contained all the elements I was looking for: surrounded by nature, quiet, clean, light-filled, and plenty of space for movement with a group of 20 to 25. The staff was incredibly kind and accommodating and made each experience an easeful and joyful one. When I picture holding future workshops, I always see them taking place on the farm. ~Rangineh Azimzadeh Tosang, Solh Resolutions International
We greatly enjoyed working on our corporate planning in an environment that was close to the earth with remarkably delicious food and warm, friendly service. ~Gregory McAteer, Sutter Health
The impact Soil Born Farms has on the Sacramento community is astounding. Their thoughtful and holistic approach to the region's food system is revolutionizing the way Sacramentans eat.
Rancho Cordova is getting back to our agricultural roots in partnership with Soil Born Farm connecting our kids to gardens at their schools and giving all of our residents access to fresh local food and fresh knowledge about urban agriculture.
When I tell people I'm happy to donate to Soil Born, people often ask me why they should give money to a farm. The reason is that Soil Born is much more than and different from most farms. As a non-profit organization, Soil Born depends on community support. Much of what is grown at Soil Born is distributed free to those without access to fresh, healthy food. In the spirit of cooperation#many people joining together to make something bigger happen than any of them could do on their own# hope you'll consider joining me to support the revolution that is changing the food landscape in Sacramento and that Soil Born is leading.
Our involvement with Soil Born Farms stems not only from our appreciation of their beautiful organic produce, but from their vital mission as well. Many of us underestimate the importance of good food in our lives, that how what we eat determines how we look, feel, function, our mental acuity and our stamina#all the aspects that make us what we are. The many classes SBF offers includes education for all ages: children, teens, and adults. It is hoped that SBFs programs are the way of the future, leading us to realize the crucial importance of a diet of real foo
Soil Born Farms is an outstanding example of an organization which is helping assure a healthier and brighter future for people of all ages and walks of life in our community. In a few short years, Soil Born Farms has developed innovative programs promoting urban farming and sustainable agriculture, nutrition and education which are worthy of continued support. Our support is important because it assists Soil Born Farms in fulfilling its mission to create healthier communities by connecting food, health and the environment.
We are proud supporters of Soil Born Farms, one of the most amazing non-profit organizations in Sacramento, dedicated to the wellness and wholeness of our community and our planet. It's mission is about making a difference in the health of our community and transforming a shared vision of healthy food for all into a local reality. Our health begins with our food and with the soil in which it is raised. Soil Born's work is at the heart of creating health for all.
Soil Born Farms has been a leader in the effort to increase access to fresh locally-grown foods in the Sacramento region. They have been a valuable and key partner in creating a healthier community in South Sacramento as part of our Sacramento Building Healthy Communities Initiative.
Apprenticeship is an opportunity to hone in on specific concepts such as pasture rotation, handling and packing of vegetables, orchard pruning, drip irrigation, working with volunteers, and organic certification requirements. The multi-faceted structure provides a baseline for seeing beyond the borders of just “farm work,” and brings in the aspects of community engagement and social enterprise to our apprenticeship.