Solidarity Farm is a cooperative family farm privileged to steward land owned by the Pauma Band of Luiseno Indians.  We grow a diversity of seasonal fruits and vegetables on 10 acres and strive to integrate regenerative methods that sequester carbon and build healthy soil.  We believe beautiful, nutritious food should be accessible to all people and seek to distribute our produce in ways that build a more equitable and just food system.

In 2018, Solidarity Farm partnered with Pauma Band of Luiseno Indians to create the Carbon Sink Demonstration Farm  at Pauma Tribal Farms.  Our collective goal was to ground truth strategies for adapting to and mitigating for climate change.​  We believe we can evolve our food system through:

1) re-integrating indigenous foodways;

2) undertaking demonstration projects; and

3) engaging technical assistance providers, consumers, policy makers, scientists and advocates to help accelerate change.

​​We invite you to investigate our efforts, glean useful information for your own farms or organizations, and advance our collective efforts toward broader, systemic change.