Our Farm is Now USDA Certified Organic!

Quaker Oaks Farm is an environmental and cultural learning center welcoming all generations.
About Us

Our Vision

Quaker Oaks Farm was established to support and strengthen our community by providing a learning environment for acceptance and tolerance, an appreciation of our many local cultures, and the stewardship of our shared land.

Focus on best environmental practices.

Appreciation of local culture.

Sharing nature's gifts.

2019 Report

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Will you help us restore this land and educate the next generation?

Please Consider Contributing to our Kiosk Campaign

At Quaker Oaks Farm we are learning to see the land, plants, animals and people as one, inextricably interconnected. We are learning from and working with the Wukchumni Yokutch, the traditional caretakers of this land, to understand the importance of these interconnections. Our outdoor kiosks will highlight the Wukchumni people, our restoration work, and the native plants and animals that make Quaker Oaks Farm their home.

Our Focus

Conservation is an ethic of resource use, allocation, and protection. Its primary focus is upon maintaining the health of the natural world, its fisheries, habitats, and biological diversity.

resource protection


Agroecology can be defined as the balance and respect for all participants in the design of agricultural production systems which are built from traditional knowledge that links environmental, economic, and human health.

ecological agriculture


Education and project based learning focused on local environmental and cultural issues, problems, and possible solutions will increase public awareness, knowledge, and action.

community programs


Registration Now Open

7th Annual Spring Service Learning Camp

April 6-10, 2020

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Only when we see that we are part of the totality of the planet, not a superior part with special privileges, can we work effectively to bring about an earth restored to wholeness.

Elizabeth Watson