WE ARE a non-profit foundation that raises awareness about practices and methods of regenerative farming and gardening including the benefits to community, health and ecology. We offer an opportunity to all community members to learn how to grow organic food throughout Sonoma County, California.

OUR PROJECTS are unique in that we optimize overall functionality of land by integrating as many community benefits as possible such as stacking a blend of school gardens and community gardens on under-utilized park land. In addition, we create new programs in direct response to the evolving needs of our community. As a result of the devastating wildfires, our Healthy Habitats program was launched to actively protect water quality for public health and native habitats throughout Sonoma County.

GET INVOLVED TODAY!

School Garden & Farm Programs

Bringing schools and communities together through stewardship and learning.

Healthy Habitats Program

Be an active part of protect water quality of our community for public health and native habitats!

Garden Volunteer Days

Come join the fun in the garden to learn and grow together with your community!

What’s happening in the garden?

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Upcoming Events

  • Community Volunteer Day March 17, 2018 at 10:00 am – 2:00 pm Larkfield Community Garden and Learning Center 450-, 478 Noonan Ranch Ln, Larkfield-Wikiup, CA 95403 Help us grow this special place and make it your own. Come to learn, meet new friends and neighbors, and spend the day outside! All ages and skill levels welcome. Please bring a hat, water bottle, and layered clothing to stay comfortable.
  • Community Volunteer Day March 17, 2018 at 10:00 am – 2:00 pm Larkfield Community Garden and Learning Center 450-, 478 Noonan Ranch Ln, Larkfield-Wikiup, CA 95403 Help us grow this special place and make it your own. Come to learn, meet new friends and neighbors, and spend the day outside! All ages and skill levels welcome. Please bring a hat, water bottle, and layered clothing to stay comfortable.

Open everyday 8am to Sunset

Parking is available on Lavell Road by Mark West Elementary School next to the Little League Fields.

OUR STORY

IT TAKES A VILLAGE: Big thanks to our Community Cohorts!

We recognize that collaboration is key to success when creating a community hub and effective outreach, so we have teamed up with many local agencies, businesses, organizations and individuals to make the Community Soil Foundation (CSF) as resilient and engaging as possible for everyone!

Special thanks to SUTTER HEALTH!

In particular, Sutter Health’s generous support has helped CSF in so many ways to make significant progress over the years.

Special thanks to SONOMA CLEAN POWER!

With generous support from Sonoma Clean Power, Community Soil Foundation’s HEALTHY HABITATS PROGRAM protects water quality for public health and native habitats!

Community Cohorts

Thanks to all our Community Cohorts for all of your support!

Grant Writer

Yarrow Sandahl

Program Director

Kristin Maharg Suarez