The farm provides ample opportunities for Sweetwater residents and volunteers. It is also a resource to the entire Sonoma community. Using sustainable practices, we grow a wide variety of fruit, vegetables, nursery starts and micro greens, which are used on-site and available for purchase.
Friday Farmer's Market: 241 West First Street 9-12:30 pm
Saturday Farm Stand
Now Open! 10-12pm
730 West Spain Street, Sonoma
Sweetwater’s bounty includes tomatoes, melons, peppers, cucumbers, summer and winter squash, pumpkins, gourds, kale, chard, salad greens, fresh herbs, strawberries, garlic, flowers and more!
Give your garden a healthy start with Sweetwater Spectrum plants, all well suited to the local climate. Farmer Luke can answer your gardening questions.
Meet the Farm Team!
Luke joined the Sweetwater Spectrum team in the
Spring of 2015 to apply his skills, knowledge, and excitement to the management
of the on-site farm. During undergrad and after graduating from
Connecticut College in 2013, Luke has worked at a number of diverse small-scale
sustainable farms where he learned the art of agriculture through hands-on
involvement. Besides his passion for manual farm work, Luke loves to teach
others about farming and is excited to be able to work side by side with
residents of Sweetwater. Luke cannot wait to oversee the continued growth and
development of the farm into a setting where residents, volunteers, and anyone
who is enthusiastic about sustainable agriculture can come together to share in
the love of gardening.
joined the Sweetwater team first as the farm assistant in Spring 2015. In the Summer of 2015 she began as the Farm Enrichment Coordinator. Justine has been working to
increase resident engagement and resident-driven opportunities on the
farm. She is passionate about helping residents meet their goals through her
work as a Horticultural Therapist student. She obtained her B.A. in Landscape
Architecture and Sustainable City Planning at UC Berkeley in 2012, and has
since worked on small organic farms and nurseries, where she has developed her
horticultural knowledge. She is currently in the process of becoming a registered
Horticultural Therapist through the University of Colorado and the
Horticultural Therapy Institute. She hopes to earn her Masters of Education
degree, and to continue to develop Horticultural Therapy programming in the
future. She is very excited to find new and fun ways involve the residents and
the larger community on the farm!