tours

We know about technology to reduce carbon emissions: renewable energy, electric vehicles, solar airplanes…But scientists have confirmed that 1% is enough for soil to save the world from climate change. Yes, healthy soil could save us!

Plants absorb carbon from the atmosphere and turn it into sugars to eat and feed the soil which sustains their growth. Basically, plants can transform “bad carbon” greenhouse gases in the atmosphere into “good carbon” in the form of soil biology, pulling that carbon back down where it belongs: underground.

On your self-guided tour, you'll learn the basics of carbon farming and get a close look at all the ways we are learning to sequester carbon at Solidarity Farm/Pauma Tribal Farms.

Self-guided tours
Wednesdays 10:30AM
Saturdays 10:30AM & 1:00PM
One ticket per person, limit 10 people/day.  We appreciate your cooperation to keep groups  adequately staggered and distanced.
In case of extreme weather this event may be rescheduled for a later date.

Great for adults groups or friends, take a deep dive into the regenerative farming techniques at Solidarity Farm/Pauma Tribal Farms.  You'll learn about no-till cultivation, check out how animals are integrated into the production, and learn about conservation practices such as cover cropping, hedgerows, irrigation upgrades, high tunnels and windbreaks.

Self-guided tours for kids
Wednesdays & fridays 1:00PM
One ticket per person, limit 2 adults and 6 students per day for excellent social distancing.  We appreciate your cooperation to keep groups  adequately staggered and distanced.
In case of extreme weather this event may be rescheduled for a later date.

We've adapted the "regular" tour to be even more hands-on for kids.  Most appropriate for 3rd to 6th grade, but, can be easily adapted up or down.  Learning pods and family size limited to 8 people by State mandate. 

In case of extreme weather this event may be rescheduled for a later date.

Questions or special inquiries? please Contact Bea at carbonsinkfarms@gmail.com