The Regional Ventura County Farm Tour is a self-guided journey through many of the unique agri-tourism destinations that can be found in the Ventura County. Ventura County's beautiful countryside is filled with experiences to fill your senses and connect you with our friendly people and their agricultural roots. Visitors will delight in stunning countryside that is filled with unique agricultural experiences. You can explore berry farms, find out all about the workings of a livestock ranch and shop for ‘fresh and local’ products at the many farms.
Come tour a world-renowned greenhouse tomato facility and sample delicious hydroponically grown tomatoes.
Tour with Farmer Phil at 11 am and 1 pm, or shop in season at their roadside farmer's market right off the 101 Freeway in Camarillo.
Apricot Lane Farms is dedicated to creating a well-balanced ecosystem with rich soils that produce nutritent-dense foods while treating the environment and animals with respect. The property is home to Biodynamc Certified avocado and lemon orchards, over 75 varities of stone fruit, a vegetable garden, pastures, pigs, goats, chickens, ducks, guinea hens, horses, highland cattle, and Maggie, their swiss dairy cow. Please register online to take part in the farm tours. Once filled, email firstname.lastname@example.org and ask to be put on the waitlist.
Earthtrine Farm is a 12-acre paradise in the Ojai Valley that grows more than 100 different crops throughout the year. They are famous for their culinary herbs, and a wide assortment of greens; including, chard, dandelion, green leaf and kale. Farmer BD will be on site guiding people around the farm, but you are more than welcome to tour the grounds yourself.
Visit one of the largest fresh-cut onion operations in the nation and the 10th largest grower on the West Coast. Learn how this processing plant in Oxnard is 100% waste-free by turning its onion waste into bio-fuel to generate electricity.
Tour Salad Bar Farms, a farm that incorporates permaculture and native pollinator habitat. Visitors will learn about farm to school in Ventura County and how students are learning how to grow food, deliver it to their cafeteria for consumption that day, and composting their own food waste. Tours will take place every hour.