Community

We love your farm and had fun working and camping there in the summer. It is so peaceful there.

Rita & Jim

Grandma & Grandpa, lifelong gardeners

Event Schedule

Join our celebrations of land stewardship and organic farming!

Stay tuned on Facebook and Instagram for our Events.

We host Community Potlucks, music events, and Farm Tours throughout the summer.  

Events happen rain or shine and are a great opportunity to tour the farm, meet the farmers, and celebrate local food!  

Events are LGBTQ+ friendly, family friendly, and for anyone to attend.  We host a wide variety of events from music, talent shows film screenings, campfires, and more!

Find out upcoming events listed on our facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/pg/zocaloorganics/events/.

Please note: Due to the Pandemic we have fewer events than usual!

 

 

School and Group Visits

School Groups Grades 6-12 or adult groups are the best fit for visiting our farm!  You may come and tour our farm depending on the season and our availability. We offer hands-on learning experiences and immersion in the farm.  We can only host a limited number of groups, but we absolutely love to share the farm with students when we can so please contact us directly if you are interested.

We have liability insurance and can forward you our insurance policy to ensure it lines up with your school’s requirements.

Email us if you are interested in booking a School visit.

 

Volunteer at Zócalo

There are a number of ways that you can get involved in helping and learning from us at our farm. 

Here is a description of our Programs:

General VOLUNTEERS:  We accept general volunteers to help out on most weekdays from April-end September or at our Saturday work-bee in August.  We ask each CSA member to be a general volunteer once during the season! Tuesdays and Thursdays are the BEST days, but all weekdays usually work.  If you are interested in spending a day or half-day at the farm with us, email or call us.  (If it is last-minute calling/texting is best!)

Work-Trade VOLUNTEERS: Want to work in exchange for food?  These are more consistent volunteer positions who are compensated with vegetables.  You  join us for a harvest day each week for about 22 weeks between April/May until the end of September.

Short Stay VOLUNTEERS On occasion we are able to house and host volunteers who want to be immersed in the farm for a week or two.  Email if you are interested!

We are not longer offering a Full Season internship program. 

 

Stay at Zócalo

Come Stay in one of our Airbnb offerings and get a feel for the farm! Our Airbnb offerings are new in 2021 to help support our farm through the Pandemic and our Farm Transition. These links will take you to our Airbnb offerings:

airbnb.com/h/zocalocabin

airbnb.com/h/zocaloyurt

Airbnb Cabin aka Rustic-Chic Cabin: This is a cabin up on the hill over-looking the farm.  There are two huge windows for you to enjoy the view, a cozy small woodstove, and an outdoor compost toilet near by.  This is a gorgeous and unique experience.  

Airbnb Yurt aka. “The Onion”: This is a Glamping experience.  It’s a cozy onion-shaped yurt with a very simple set-up: a bed, a small table, and wood-heat in winter.  

More coming soon!