Urban Adamah is a community farm and education center in northwest Berkeley. The two-acre campus acts as a productive vegetable and fruit farm for our community Free Farm Stand. Stop by and enjoy the greenhouses, goats, chickens, orchard, bees, berry patches, worms, bioswales, and so much more!
Experience the Farm
Our farm is an education center. We welcome Bay Area folks of all kind — students, residents, families, curious visitors, and neighbors to join us on the farm for our community programs, events, or to simply enjoy the peaceful green space.
All year long on the farm, we run community programs, events, workshops, festivals, performances, and lectures for the general public. The farm also acts as a outdoor classroom and playground for our youth camps in the summer and winter. Throughout the year students come form far and wide to enjoy the farm for a range of educational programs.
We welcome visitors to stop by and enjoy our farm during open hours 9:30 – 5:00 PM on weekdays. And don’t forget to join us for our upcoming volunteer work parties!
Have time during the week? Lend a hand on the farm.
No experience needed; just come excited to work and we’ll guide you on the rest. Please bring a water bottle and closed-toed shoes.