Welcome to White Mountains Ranch Website Last Updated: May 18th, 2013
Located on a small backyard style farm in East San Diego County, we are devoted to returning to a more natural way of living, and are working on creating healthy, natural, and organic products for our family and yours.
We have much to see! Please stay a while and check out our animals, plants, projects, and available products! For a current listing of our items for sale please visit our For Sale page and for more information on the farm please see our About Us page.
For questions and suggestions please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We absolutely adore our animals and we hope you will too. Have a wonderful time looking around and be sure to let us know if we can do anything for you or if you have any questions. Thanks for stopping by and be sure to visit again!
And don't forget to sign our guestbook while you're here. We'd love to hear from you!
We have relocated! If you have visited us before please do NOT go to the old location, please email us for new directions. Thank you!
All tours are on hold until we are able to get the farm back in order.
White Mountains Ranch is applying to become a Heritage Breed Preservation and food producing Non-Profit (501c3) Organization.
The mission of White Mountains Ranch is to donate surplus fruits, vegetables and foods grown right here and distribute a percentage of them to America’s hunger relief charities and food banks across the United States. By donating a portion of what we grow each month we can contribute to bridging the supply chain gap between America’s surplus of fresh-grown fruits and vegetables and America’s hungry.
White Mountains Ranch is also working on becoming an educational center, where children, families, and teachers can come to learn. Our farm is open to the public for educational classes and tours. We welcome volunteers and visits from 4H, FFA, and many more. This enables individuals to become directly involved with local, sustainable agriculture and to learn how we can all be a little more self-sufficient.
Our mission is to build connections between community, food and nature.