With a variety of events and festivals taking place on the ranch, we hope that you'll join us as we open the farm to the public.
Twelve rustic boutiques showcasing products from our organic farm.
Friday-Saturday 12-6 pm
Sunday 11 am-3 pm
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Help tend to our farm animals, harvest eggs, learn how to make shrubs, campfire, night hike and more!
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Join us as we celebrate the blooming of our lavender. Try lavender food and drinks & much more.
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Sample various olives, cheese and wines. Help harvest olives and see how it is pressed into olive oil.
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ORGANIC FARMING AT HIGHLAND SPRINGS RANCH & INN
There was a time when genetically modified foods, cancer-causing pesticides, and animals artificially bolstered with steroids were unheard of. If you were a Southern California farmer in 1860s, you were up at the crack of dawn each morning and often taking what you harvested that same day to the nearest town market. You were limited by the terrain and often unforgiving climate, yet somehow the land was bountiful with peaches, apples, alfalfa, and olives. Dairy cows and chicken coups were an essential part of every homestead. No one needed to ask about free range or grass-fed. We at 123 Farm start from the guiding principle that the health of the consumer is our #1 priority. If the seeds are not certified organic, we won't plant them. If our fruit trees require a toxic pesticide to save them from blight, we'd rather take the loss than compromise our standards. While some farms focus on meeting the minimum government standards for being organic, our goal is to eliminate anything potentially harmful from the food you eat. From our farm to your table, see for yourself where your food is coming from.
SHOP OUR LINE OF HANDMADE BEAUTY & CULINARY PRODUCTS
UNIQUE GIFTS FROM THE FARM
The products at 123 Farm are made primarily using organic ingredients from our farm. We hand harvest and distill our own lavender essential oil in the summer, and press oil from our century-old olive groves in the fall. We practice bee guardianship and sustainably harvest honey and beeswax from our own hives. Our products are made in small batches and are available online or at our rustic farm-themed shops called "The Organic Galleries".
DINE AT OUR ON-SITE RESTAURANT SERVING FRESH FOOD
MADE FROM SCRATCH USING INGREDIENTS FROM OUR FARM
OPEN ON HOLIDAYS
PLAN YOUR VISIT TO OUR FARM OR FEEL FREE TO CONTACT US BELOW
Thank you for your interest in our farm. We encourage you to visit 123 Farm during festivals and events. To view the lavender in bloom, we recommend that you visit in early June to late July (i.e. "Lavender Season"). Visits during Lavender Season cost $5 per person ($3 for seniors and students). The entrance fee can be paid at the Front Desk located in the main lobby. There is no fee to visit outside of Lavender Season, however guests are required to check-in with the Front Desk. Due to various events and camps held at the farm, we highly recommend that you call prior to your visit to ensure the grounds are open for visits. Guided tours are usually available during festivals.
AT HIGHLAND SPRINGS RANCH & INN
10600 HIGHLAND SPRINGS AVE.
CHERRY VALLEY, CA 92223
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