3/27/2020 - Ecotopia gates are closed at this time in response to the California Department of Public Health’s guidance on social distancing to mitigate the spread of COVID-19. We appreciate your understanding. We will be monitoring the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation very closely and have a tentative reopening date in mid April. Our goal is to ensure the safety and wellbeing of our visitors, faculty and staff at Ecotopia. There is much we do not know about this situation, and yet we do know the importance of supporting each other in a time of uncertainty. Please contact us at info@ojiaecotopia with any questions or for possible reopen date ? We are all in this together. Ecotopia
What is a CSA?
Community Supported Agriculture, or CSA programs, have had an incredible impact on the health of our Earth, and our Country. They play a vital role in establishing secure and vibrant sources of food, while also providing dazzling arrays of offerings that respect local traditions and ecology.
Your SupportEcotopia, encouraging people to be gardeners & stewards of the land.
What we offer...The Ojai Valley Experience. A natural setting to breath, relax, and connect.
The Learning Garden
This is where humans learn about common characteristics that they share with the plant world and animal world. How we are connected and share a common need for water, air, sun and soil. In the Garden we learn to recognize plants as living entities that come in different forms. Humans develop critical thinking and observation skills when observing the life cycles of a garden. From seed to edible harvested plant.
We begin to observe and identify similarities in life processes between ourselves and other living things.
Recognize that plants, animals, and humans, as living things, have similar needs from the same life force energies.
When making observation of daily and seasonal changes in a living environment (garden), people become aware of changes that can occur within it, and the cycles that affect all life.
Introducing people to the concept of growing food, gardens us to make informed decisions for living well, related to personal health practices in how we care for and nourish ourselves. Spiritually & Physically