School Field Trips, and Corporate Volunteer Opportunities
Hawk Creek Farm is an educational urban farm located on unceded territory of the Ramaytush Ohlone people providing programs for adults, students, and families to develop skills, understanding, and love for land stewardship.
We envision the land as a living organism, where all parts, including ourselves as stewards, are interconnected and interdependent, working together to contribute to a healthy, balanced, and whole integrated farm. We employ a mix of permaculture, biodynamic and organic methods to grow a variety of vegetables, herbs, flowers, and fruits. We have a basic outdoor kitchen, which includes a small cob oven. We make compost on-site with food scraps from our outdoor kitchen, chicken manure, and red wiggler worms. We support biodiversity through the planting of pollinator-friendly plants, bay area natives, and the growing of heirloom fruits and vegetables, which we seed in our 4x6 greenhouse with saved seeds. We have an animal program, which includes hens and rabbits. There are a variety of outdoor covered and uncovered classrooms on site, including two stump circles, a flagstone patio with moveable benches, an elevated wooden platform, and honeycomb structure with an even, stone floor and chalkboard.