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Soil Shindig

A FREE day-long celebration of soil!
Saturday, November 17, 1pm to 6pm

in the Tijuana River Park

Two locations around the intersection of
Hollister St. and Sunset Avenue 92154.

Click here for a Google driving map.

Sites are located quarter-mile walking distance of each other.

Bike and Picnic Friendly!

TJ River Valley Community Garden
corner of Hollister St. & Sunset Avenue 92154
Wild Willow Farm & Education Center
2550 Sunset Ave, San Diego 92154

Planning on attending?
Send us an RSVP!
(no cost)

Celebrate one of the world's most amazing precious natural resources, SOIL! You're invited to a day of learning, discovering, creating, connecting, and experiencing the key role soils play in our daily lives through a collaboration between Wild Willow Farm & Education Center, and the Resource Conservation District of Greater San Diego County.

Explore two unique soil-supporting operations -- a community garden and an educational farm -- located in the Tijuana Estuary just 15 minutes south of downtown San Diego.

Family-friendly activities will be offered at both locations, and workshops for all levels of soil enthusiasts will be held in the morning and afternoon at Wild Willow Farm and The Tijuana River Valley (TRV) Community Garden.

TRAVEL The best way to get to the Tijuana River Park area where this event is located, is to take the Tocayo exit from Southbound I-5, just north of the Mexican border (Exit 3). Click here for a map.

Program & Schedule Coming Soon

WWF = Wild Willow Farm | TJRVCG = Tijuana River Valley Community Garden