Apricot Lane is a diversified family farm 40 miles north of Los Angeles made famous by "Biggest Little Farm," a feature-length film about its uplifting regenerative journey.The Los Angeles Times nailed it with this movie review: "The real-life equivalent of an epic pastoral storybook tale that suggests a blueprint for saving the earth." Apricot Lane accepts volunteers in its gardens, offers occasional farm tours and accepts interns.
Soil Centric's Pro Tip
The movie shows you want regeneration looks like every step of the way from a parched, barren, degraded, forgotten farm to a spongey, oasis of productivity, pulsing with life. Go see this movie asap if you need climate hope! If you are looking for an internship, Apricot Lane accepts WOOFING interns for no less than a three-month commitment. With a 60-member team, they often have job openings as well.