Farm Tour at Mountain Bounty Farm – Thurs. June 17th, 2021 from 6-7:30PM

Mountain Bounty Farm is a 50-acre organic family farm located high on the forested contours of the San Juan Ridge near Nevada City, California. They currently cultivate 18-acres, and the rest of the land is a beautiful mosaic of forest and meadows. Mountain Bounty Farm is the oldest and largest CSA farm in the Sierras. The farm’s founder, John Tecklin, has been farming since the early 1990s and started Mountain Bounty Farm in 1997. Since then, Mountain Bounty has become an increasingly collaborative effort, with a team of farmers making decisions and working together. They aim to provide a reliable local source of the highest quality produce for our area and to work towards the economic sustainability of our rural community. They also want the farm to be a place of inspiration and beauty, a place to reconnect to food and the joys of food culture. They hope that Mountain Bounty will be a farm to celebrate, a farm that you help create and sustain for the future.  Mountain Bounty Farm land is also the 1st farm in the Forever Farms Program to be held in perpetuity as a farm in conservation with the Bear Yuba Land Trust.

Address: 11438 Birchville Road, Nevada City, CA 95959.

Directions from Nevada City: Coming from Nevada City on Highway 49, turn left onto Birchville Road, across from Tyler Foote. The farm is 1.5 miles down the road. There is ample parking in the lot on the left side of the road.

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Contact Miriam Limov with questions: miriam@sierraharvest.org