Join Coral Tree Farm for farm-to-table fun, eco theater, art, crafting, and music on September 9

EcoArts Foundation presents Welcome to the EcoArts Renaissance in the name of inspiring ecosystem health through the arts. 

Activities begin at 4:00 pm and farm fresh vegetarian dinner is served at 6. The Altruists will enchant you with eco tunes featuring Bay area opera queen Amy Caris, and R. Piper will engage you in conversation in paint and video about environmental policy. We invite you to join us in eco crafting and getting in touch with your inner thespian as actors in short climate skits. We look forward to providing an amazing spread of vegetarian delights straight from our beyond-organic garden. Please do indulge us with your festive presence and imagination this September 9! Creative Costumes & Props welcome.

Student and senior discounts available upon request and get $5 off for biking or walking. Email ecoartsfoundation.com for these and tax deduction inquiries.

Tickets available here until we sell out!


Coral Tree is a model for sustainable agriculture, planting only organic, heirloom seeds. We look forward to sharing our latest fruits and veggies fresh from the garden.


August seasonal picks

EcoArts founder Ashley Mazanec met Coral Tree farmer Laurel at a North County Eco Alliance event. She is excited to partner again with the Encinitas farm gem.
San Diego Music Award winners The Moves Collective rocked the farm stage in May to the delightful tastes of Cafe 21 Chef Leyla.

To be or not to be there? We think that’s a no brainer. Coral Tree’s last farm-to-table was an incredible success. Check out one vlogger’s video here. See you September 9!

Twitter Digg Delicious Stumbleupon Technorati Facebook Email

Comments are closed.