Have a party or event? We have whole pigs available as either roasters or to stock the freezer. Click the link for details and ordering information.
Spring and Summer Farm Tours mean hot days. Bring a water bottle, a hat, and get ready to learn about regenerative agriculture. Tour starts at 11 am. Show up by 10:45 to get signed in. Dogs are welcome on the tour, but should be calm on leash. Total walking distance is approximately 2 miles total.
“A magical Petaluma tradition where memories are made.”
The festivities start in the afternoon with great food, live music and pumpkin carving. Everyone will get the chance to display their Jack-O-Lantern on a pike in the corn field. When the sun goes down the pumpkins are lit. It is a truly heartwarming feeling looking over the glowing corn field to see the individual creations of all who attend. This is a fundraiser for our non-profit, providing education on regenerative agriculture to the community and youth.
FREE pumpkin included with admission.
2 PM 10 PM
$15 BBQ plate or vegetarian option
$10 Hot Dog plate
Donation bar featuring beer, wine, cider and many non-alcoholic options.
*No outside alcohol please
Special carving tools
Blanket & warm cloths (if staying after dark)
$20/ Person for CSA Members (discount code sent to members email)
Free drink ticket when purchasing entrance/meal tickets together in advance!
Children 6 and under: FREE!
* No Dogs please
* Parking on farm is limited, please carpool when possible
* Absolutely no parking on I Street.
It’s Tara Firma Farms 10 year anniversary! So put on your dancing shoes, perhaps a straw hat, and come on down to the farm for a good old fashioned square dance, led once again by Evie Laden and her band.
The party begins at 5 pm.
Tickets available on Brown Paper Tickets, or at the Door
BBQ Dinner available, prepared by the legendary Pit Master, Swami Tommy, and featuring our amazing pasture raised pork.
This was our goal from the start and we can now proudly declare that our eggs, fruits and vegetables grown out here on the farm are organic. With all of the false information the food industry throws at us, (i.e. Natural, which means nothing), when it is labeled organic, we know it is safe to feed our children.