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"Singing Frogs Farm should be a teaching lab. It so inspires!"

- Isaac Bekalo,

International Institute

for Rural Reconstruction

Schools & Non-Profits

We are thrilled to continue to offer our highly educational, informative and inspiring Farm Tours for educational and community organizations. We have hosted pre-schoolers through graduate students as well as many land trusts, conservation groups and religious congregations. The subsidized cost for schools is $150 and the cost for community organizations is $250 for a 60-120 minute Farm Tour led by Farmers Paul or Elizabeth. For more information and to schedule a Farm Tour, please contact Elizabeth at info@singingfrogsfarm.com.

Public Tours

We occasionally offer Farm Tours for our Farmers' Market customers and other local community members. Please let us know at a Farmers' Market if you wish to be added to our 'locals' mailing list to be invited to one of our Farm Tours.   $10 per person

Farmer-to-Farmer Consultations

Farmers Paul and Elizabeth have a long history of helping farmers and land owners increase their ecological resiliency, productivity, and bottom line. If you are a beginning or established farmer, backyard gardener, or homesteader, we offer consulting services here at our farm, we can travel to your location, or we can offer our expertise and support (including a tour of our farm) via Facetime or Skype.

Availability: Mornings or afternoons, Mondays, Tuesdays, or Thursdays. Weekends by special request.

Cost: $100/hr.  (most clients only need 1 to 2 hours to get up and running)

Contact: Elizabeth at info@SingingFrogsFarm.com Please include a brief description of yourself: are you a farmer, gardener, homesteader, other, and how you heard about us?

Private Farm Tours

This is for Backyard Gardeners, Homesteaders, and other individuals or self-organized groups looking for an exciting, informational and inspiring Farm Tour led by Farmers Elizabeth or Paul. Private Farm Tours last between 90 minutes and 2 hours, with in depth discussion about our farming systems and plenty of time in the second-half of the Tour to ask all your burning questions.

Private Farm Tours are $250 ea.

In your e-mail, please tell us a little bit about yourself: where you're from, what you're growing, what are your challenges, and how you heard about us. Please contact us at info@singingfrogsfarm.com for more information or to reserve a Private Farm Tour.

Hands-On Workshops

Every Spring and Autumn we offer full-day intensive workshops to farmers, homesteaders, and backyard gardeners to give participants the hands-on experience that, for many of us, is the best way to learn... by doing. Learn about the science and mechanics behind our multi-award winning, no-till, agroecological and profitable farming methods. The Workshops run from 9 am until 4 pm. Tools, handouts and snacks will be supplied. Bring your own lunch.

We currently have 3 autumn workshops scheduled for September 4, 8 and 19, and we are in the process of scheduling our Spring 2018 workshops.

For more information, and to purchase your tickets now through Eventbrite, click here!

Availability: various dates in March/April and September/October

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Cost:           $345 (scholarships available)

Limit:           16 people per workshop

Every year, Singing Frogs Farm hosts between 800 and 1,000 people from around the world for our hands-on workshops or on one of our 90 minute in-depth, educational and inspiring Farm Tours led by Farmers Paul or Elizabeth.

Mee-Young, a fellow farmer from South Korea, 2014

We know that regenerating soil health holds some of the greatest potential for solving this century's issues of climate change, erosion, drought, malnutrition, clean water, poverty, economic self suficiency, food security, and more.

We are passionate about engaging farmers, policy makers, and all people who eat food on the importance of healthy soil and the means to regenerating that health while intensively producing bounteous, high quality food for us humans and more resilient and robust ecological systems.

Our Mission is to educate broadly while focusing our greatest efforts on sharing our experiences, challenges and successes with other farmers and farmer trainers.

We recognize that many backyard gardeners and homesteaders are also interested in learning more about agroecological intensive no-till farming, and for you we offer a variety of Hands-On Workshops, Consultations, and Private Farm Tours (see below). For our local community and CSA members, we also offer occasional Public Farm Tours.

We also support a variety of schools and non-profits who visit Singing Frogs Farm regularly for our in depth, scientific and inspiring Farm Tours. From hostng Non-Profit gatherings at our farm to hosting grade school through graduate school groups, we welcome the opportunity to share and inspire.

If you are a beginning or production farmer and money is tight, we understand and want to make things work for you. Please contact us and let's talk!

Hmong Farmers on a Farm Tour, 2015

Sustainable Agriculture Students from Italy, 2014

CSA Member Events

In celebration of the collective community of our Community Supported Agriculture members who support this farm throughtout the year, we are thrilled to share our fun, family-friendly and very popular members-only events with CSA members. See CSA Events Page.

Singing Frogs Farm

1301 Ferguson Rd.

Sebastopol, CA  95472


Bee Friendly Farm!

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“As beginning farmers, we visited over 50 farms in our search for a model.  As soon as we saw Singing Frogs Farm a light bulb went off in our heads.  Using Paul and Elizabeth’s farming model we have transformed our small urban farm into an ecologically and economically sustainable operation.  We have witnessed first hand the positive effects of working with nature to grow more nutrient dense produce for our community.  We are so fortunate to have met such amazing farmers, educators, activists and all around great people to inspire us as we 'grow' as beginning farmers.”

- Farmers Shanon and Michael

Hillview Farm, Auburn, CA

News & Media


2018 (scheduled so far):

February 9th-10th: Keynote @ Sierra Harvest Conf., Grass Valley, CA

2017 (scheduled so far):

January 14th: Keynote @ NOFA Massachusettes, Worcester, MA

February 18th: Farmers Guild-Raising, Santa Rosa, CA

May 3rd: SHED, Healdsburg, CA

May 20th: Maker Faire Bay Area, San Mateo, CA

Sept. 7th: National Heirloom Expo, Santa Rosa, CA

Sept. 8th: Soil Not Oil Conference, Richmond, CA


January 22: Eco Farm Conference, Asilomar, CA

February 20: BarnRaiser Event, Shone Farm, CA

March 1: North Coast Farmers Convergence, Willits, CA

September 13: National Heirloom Expo, Santa Rosa, CA

October: Holistic Management International Conference, Paicines, CA


January 24: Eco Farm Conference, Asilomar, CA

February 6: The Seed Bank, Petaluma, CA

May 18: Maker Faire Bay Area, San Mateo, CA

June 13: Laguna Learning Center, Santa Rosa, CA

August 9: Gravenstein Apple Fair, Sebastopol, CA

September 12: National Heirloom Expo: Santa Rosa, CA

November 11: The SHED, Healdsburg, CA


February13: The Seed Bank, Petaluma, CA

March 8: Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ

March 9: Avalon Organic Farms & Eco Village, Tumacacori, AZ

March 24: CA Small Farm Conference, Rohnert Park, CA

May 19: Maker Faire Bay Area, San Mateo, CA

September 12: National Heirloom Expo, Santa Rosa, CA

November 11: Quivira Coalition Conference, Albuquerque, NM