Our Farm is a Living Organism
Diversified Farming

Agriculture occupies a large percent of earth’s landscape and those lands are under ever-increasing pressure to be more resilient. In creating a diversified farm, we hope to build a resilient landscape that has multiple benefits for people, animals and society. QOF is also currently working toward becoming a center for developing and teaching diversified farming practices. Read More…

Shared Leadership & Respect
Spring Service Learning Camp

Spring camp is fun and challenging time to look at our place in history and think about how we can heal ourselves and the world. The loving community we create together supports us as we explore new ways of being together: young and older, from different socio-economic classes, cultures, ethnic groups, and religions. Read More…

Home to Native Plants & Wildlife
Tule Tract Habitat Restoration

Quaker Oaks Farm is excited to initiate habitat restoration on the Tule tract. In 2016, we began a project to re-habilitate and protect 9.5 acres of mixed Riparian woodlands and wetland marsh named the Tule tract. This project protects and improves critical wildlife habitat and will also provide hydrological connectivity between adjacent wetlands. Read More…

Inter-Generational & Cross-Cultural
Wukchumni Cultural Education

In addition to the Wukchumni Ceremonies held on the QOF, we have also held many Cultural Education Camps and Workshops.These events help support inter-generational and cross-cultural teaching and learning. They help us reconnect our partnership with nature and teach us how to utilize materials gathered from the land. Read More…

Attracting Beneficial Insects
Insectary Habitat

One goal of our vision for a diverse farm-scape is to create hedgerows and insectary strips using native plant species that will support diverse populations of insects and wildlife. We have recently created two insectary habitat strips during our 2017 Spring Youth Service Camp. These insectary habitats will benefit our agricultural pursuits by attracting beneficial insects. Read More…

Where Good Things Happen
Community Programs

The farm offers several community programs throughout the year. One of the most popular is the yearly Harvest Festival. Our projects provide educational opportunities for community members to learn about Conservation Strategies, and Cultural Resources. Farm tours are also available to the community by appointment and during special events. Read More…