Wild Willows Farms hosts an amazing evening once a month where you can learn about farming, local food systems, meet a great community, eat oven fired pizza, and listen to/play music late into the evening. You won't forget it and you won't be able to wait to come back!
Schedule for the Day
11am to 4pm: Volunteer on the farm
Learn while doing.
1pm to 4pm: CLASS: Goats and Cheese Cost: $30
taught by Cat Henning.
Goats make a great addition to your farm and your family, even in an urban setting! We'll talk about the role of goats in your family and meet different goat species. Through observation, we'll understand the importance of housing, enclosures, security, and nutrient requirements. Join us for a hands-on chèvre making experience and honest conversation on milk handling, processing, and distribution.
4pm: Farm Yoga (donations requested)
Led by Niina Lobbestael in the Field Classroom
4 to 7pm: Farmstand Open
Purchase freshly harvested WWF veggies and eggs.
5pm: Farm Tour
Led by Wild Willow staff and students. See what we do, and learn why and how we do it.
Know your farmer, know your farm, know your food.
5pm: Native Plant Wildlife Tour
Interpretive walk through the beautiful the TJ River Park to learn about native habitat and wildlife
led by experts Lisa Ordóñez and/or Lindsay Willrick.
6:00pm: POTLUCK and live music
with farm-made, organic sourdough wood-fired pizza (donations requested).
Please bring something yummy to share!
Dusk: Fireside Community and Drum Jam BRING DRUMS
Our farm is all about community, so what better way to say that than by hosting a monthly community gathering? On third Saturdays each month from March through November, we host volunteer opportunities, tours, a grand potluck meal, and bonfire.