Solidarity Self-Guided Scavenger Hunts

In this ever-changing world, we do not have a lot of room to be creative in how we interact with the public.  The legal and regulatory framework is constantly shifting and we all want to keep our families and farmers healthy.

After much revision, we've decided the best we can offer between September and December are self-guided "scavenger hunts" so that you can explore the farm, be outdoors, and learn a little biology, botany, geology, geography and history along the way!  The hunt will change monthly, so, you can enjoy the transition from late summer to fall and from fall to winter.

To reserve your spot for a self-guided tour, follow the arrow to our Eventbrite page and select the date and time that works for you.  The cost is $20/family (up to 6 people max) plus the small processing fee.  Plan to invest about 60 to 90 minutes to complete the journey and feel free to bring along a snack or picnic to enjoy along the way.

Unfortunately, we can not utilize charter funds at this time, but, we hope to be back to our regular "Farm School" offerings by Spring!

Got questions? email is best!  solidarityfarmschool@gmail.com

Safety Guidelines

Our safety protocol include three important components:

1.  Groups are limited to 6 people (unless pre-approved via email by Bea Alvarez, Farm School Coordinator).

2.  You must stay within your own group and respect the 6 feet social distancing guideline when interacting with our staff.

3.  You must pack out all your own garbage and follow instructions when sanitizing any tools, supplies, or equipment you use during your visit.

Masks are required, by law, in our farm stand area.  They are not required at your day use site or while on your self-guided tour.

Other Expectations

Solidarity Farm is a working farm which means there will be farmers planting, harvest, weeding, washing and packing during your visit.  Therefore, we ask you to follow these simple guidelines:

1.  Stay off the beds!  Stepping on beds and plants is not okay.  It ruins our soil and threatens our livelihood.  

2.  Parents must be actively involved and with their children at all times.  This is not an appropriate place for kids to run free.

3.  Talk to our farmers--ask them questions--say hello, but then move along and let us do our work.  

4.  Print and sign your waiver before your first visit.

Where is the farm?

Use 14910 Pauma Valley Drive in your map app.  When you get here, keep going 1/2 mile down Pauma Valley Drive and look for us on the right.  If you get to the guard gate, you went too far!