The Food Love Project
Sierra Harvest’s Food Love Project is an educational farm devoted to promoting nutrition education, food security, and community involvement in growing, harvesting, eating, and celebrating fresh food! We host field trips, service projects, U-pick vegetable nights, and workdays for community organizations. The farm is located at the Burton Homestead on land donated from Bear Yuba Land Trust.
Directions: You can find the Food Love Project farm by taking N Bloomfield Road from Hwy 49, and turning left on Lake Vera Rd. Look for the Burton Homestead on the left hand side, #16200, right before Excelsior Ditch Rd.
New Generation Educational Farm
The New Generation Educataional (coming soon) will engage students in cultivating, tending and selling vibrant, nutritious foods to schools. The two-acre farm will serve as an outdoor classroom to teach science, math, literacy, and social skills through gardening and culinary activities. This learning lab will build on each student’s knowledge base from year to year, culminating in a generation fully equipped to envision and create an equitable, local, sustainable food system from seed to plate. This farm will work in collaboration with Food Love farm to meet the demand for farm education in Nevada County.