Renewable Farms helps people Grow 

Established in 2008, we have been helping people grow food for a healthier more Sustainable Lifestyle.  From Schools and Orphanages to Hospitals and Homeowners, We aim to Educate, Empower, and Employ communities through Responsible Agricultural Methods.

Aquaponics - Chicken Coops - Raised Beds - Pergolas - Sheds - Furniture

In partnership with the city of Anaheim and Control Air, the Riverbed is a full functioning sustainable urban farm.  Managed by Renewable Farms and worked daily by interns and volunteer community members, we grow the tastiest organic vegetables, fish, and eggs year around!  By offering venue rental space, workshops, and selling our produce locally, we are able to give out hundreds of pounds of fresh food away every month for free to underserved families throughout the area.


Venue Rentals

Click to see Wedding details at the Farm

Click to see Wedding details at the Farm

Click to see Private Party details at the Farm

Click to see Private Party details at the Farm


1426 E Vermont Ave. Anaheim, CA. 92805


Directions: From State College Blvd, head west on E. Vermont Ave. Once you pass the elementary school on your left, slow down and make a quick left down the alley.  (look for our round "riverbed" sign) 
Follow the Redwood fence, make your first left, and you've arrived!



Get your hands dirty and join our workshop for a comprehensive understanding of how sustainable agriculture works.  We’ll go over topics like energy consumption, bugs, conserving water, composting, plant care, caring for chickens, and much more.  Families will be taught the in and outs of our operation, taste an assortment of seasonal produce, and learn the importance of sustaining our planet. 


Let us know if your interested in a list of upcoming workshop dates, or to book your own private group tour

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There is just a couple of us over here running the non-profit, so please be patient with our response time. Thanks