Wild Willow is a 5 acre working farm in the corner of the U.S., three miles from the Pacific Ocean and two-thirds mile north of the Mexican Border. The farm is nestled along the banks of the scenic Tijuana River, and borders the river’s beautiful estuary nature preserve.
The Farm was established in 2010 by San Diego Roots Foundation and the Resource Conservation District of Greater San Diego County (RCD) assumed ownership and management in September 2019. Since time immemorial, this region has been the home of the Kumeyaay Native people. We acknowledge that people have come before us and lived with care and respect on these lands. We recognize that we are now on the lands of these indigenous people who are still here and will always be. We honor the Indigenous people living today as well as their ancestors, and we deeply respect their resilience and connection to the land.