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O'Donohue Family Stanford Educational Farm

Farm Programing

The Farm is Open

The O'Donohue Family Stanford Educational Farm has reopened gates, welcoming the public starting in the Summer of 2021 and currently remains open! Volunteer opportunities have resumed (with required registration) but are subject to cancelation; check our news page for up to date volunteering information.  General operating hours are Monday through Friday from 8:30am- 5:00pm and Saturdays from 9:00am-12:00pm.

While we are taking measures to enhance the safety of our visitor and employees, an inherent risk of exposure to and infection with COVID-19 exists in any public place where people are present, and a visit to a Stanford Educational Farm may still pose a risk to your safety. By visiting The Stanford Educational Farm, you voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure of COVID-19. Vaccinated individuals are not required to wear masks while at the farm unless distances cannot safely be managed.

We can't wait for you to join us once again!

Workshops

Every week during each quarter the farm hosts workshops on wellness, farm skills, culinary topics and more. Workshops are  open to the public, with enrollment preference given to Stanford students, faculty and staff.

Please click this link  or the link below for future workshops.

Conference room at the farm

Want to reserve farm space for an event or class?

To inquire about reserving space at the farm for your academic class or Stanford sponsored event, please fill out the appropriate form below. 

Event Inquiry*or Class Inquiry

*PLEASE NOTE WE HAVE REACHED CAPACITY FOR SPRING 2022 EVENTS. PLEASE CHECK BACK IN LATE SUMMER FOR FALL AVAILABILITY.

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Need Flowers for Your Event?

If you would like to inquire about flowers for a future event please contact Allison Bauer at ajbauer@stanford.edu or Jessica Chu at jessgo@stanford.edu.

This year the farm featured 29 varieties of cut flowers - dahlias and sunflowers, celosia and asters, snapdragons and amaranth - many in shades of Cardinal red. We provided sustainably grown seasonal blooms for campus events. In addition to gracing many a campus table, these flowers provide habitat for beneficial insects that help control crop pests, and nectar for our resident bee hives.

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Barn at the O'Donohue Family Stanford Educational Farm

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