We are a working urban farm that models, promotes and educates about sustainable food systems, environmental stewardship, community development and access to good food for all.
Watch this short video to see the farm in action. Then come experience it for yourself!
We are open to the public for drop-in visits Fridays from 2-5pm. If you're interested in visiting another day and time, please contact us to arrange a Farm Tour through our Field Trip Program. We also welcome you to participate in our public events listed below. Unless otherwise noted, events occur at Zenger Farm.
Every Friday, the farm is open to guests interested in gaining a glimpse of a working farm in action by taking a self-guided tour. Maps are located just outside the farmhouse.
We offer week-long day camps for youth from 1st-9th grade. Campers eat, play and explore at our urban educational farm. They participate in cooking challenges, craft with plants and go on farm scavenger hunts. Scholarships, after-care and sibling discounts are available. See our comprehensive camp line-up here.
Second Saturday of every month, 1-3pm
Saturday August 2nd~ SOLD OUT
Dine at Zenger Farm this summer during a Plate & Pitchfork Dinner. This dinner features Chef Ingrid Chen and Chef Jeff McCarthy of Remedy Wine Bar with Chef Andrew Garrett of NW Elixirs with J.K. Carriere Wines. Plate & Pitchfork
Sunday August 3rd ~ SOLD OUT
This Plate & Pitchfork dinner features Chef Anthony Cafiero of Racion with Chefs Jasper Shen, Kat Whitehead and Sarah Pliner of Aviary with Love & Squalor Wine, and is a special benefit for Zenger Farm. Plate & Pitchfork
Bob Hatton from Portland Fruit Tree Project will share the basics for healthy urban fruit trees. Hosted by the Outer Southeast Farmer Training Project. RSVP
For the second year in a row, Independence Gardens is hosting a benefit party to raise funds to build the Urban Grange at Zenger Farm. The event features food and beverage, raffle prizes, youth activities, and music. Several ticket options are available for purchase here, $20-$40. Event contact: Andrew Hogan.