Buy food produced, grown, or raised close to your home and support San Diego farms.
Not a farmer but want to support San Diego farming and enjoy private tours?
The Farm Bureau offers training, networking, and task forces for farm issues.
This AgriTourism directory showcases places and activities that will help you discover and enjoy the beauty and bounties of San Diego County agriculture.
Here you will find opportunities to explore farms during the different seasons and ways to experience locally grown foods, goods and events that many area farms and ranches provide throughout the year.
We partnered with the UC Cooperative Extension in San Diego County and was developed with financial support from the County of San Diego.
Meet Our Farmers
The San Diego County Farm Bureau is a non-profit organization supporting the more than 5,700 farms within the county. Learn more about some of our members and what the Farm Bureau means to them.
“Farm Bureau ensures that I, as a grower, am represented in the political arena. I know that my values and interests are being supported. Our company in particular appreciates the gas discount from Schuster as a Farm Bureau member as well. And, as a fourth generation farmer, Farm Bureau’s history of grower support has been a consistent benefit to the Badger family through the years; and for that I am very grateful.”
“Owning and farming our Fallbrook property since 1958 has presented many challenges for the Lowell and Leatherbury families. We are proud to be San Diego County Farm Bureau Members. The Farm Bureau has been a wonderful source of information and support for our families during challenging times and shifting landscape.”
“As an agricultural real estate professional, the Farm Bureau allows me to stay educated on current policies and trends within the industry which in turn, better serves my clients. Further, it allows me the opportunity to stay connected to the growers, landowners and tenants that keep agriculture in San Diego County.”