Fairview Gardens is surrounded by housing and yet still manages to survive in the coastal community of Goleta California.
Fairview Gardens is operated by The Center for Urban Agriculture a non-profit organization that was established in 1997 to preserve the historic farm.
The farm hosts educational and cultural events and has a produce stand offering freshly harvested, organically grown crops. Tours of Fairview gardens may be taken daily between 10 am and sunset.
Farm tours are available. Self-guided tours are free(donation requested)
Fairview Gardens farm stands sell produce grown on the stand and from local farms. Depending on the season you may find tomatoes, peppers, melons, strawberries, mandarins, lettuce and fresh herbs.
Located on over 12 acres, the 100-year-old farm provides the community with organic fruits and vegetables and through educational programs and public outreach demonstrate the economic viability of sustainable agricultural methods. Goleta, California.
Getting to Goleta is easy, and is just a 104-mile drive north from Los Angeles on Highway 101. And because Goleta’s climate is always moderate, visitors can enjoy Fairview Garden year-round.
The Center for Urban Agriculture at Fairview Gardens is one of the oldest organic farms in California.
598 North Fairview Avenue • Goleta, CA 93117 805-967-7369