Toluma Farms & Tomales Farmstead Creamery Updated:11/2022

Our farm is a 160-acre goat and sheep dairy and educational farm in Marin County, just a few miles from the Pacific Coast, on the ancestral homeland of the Coast Miwoks.

Tamara Hicks and David Jablons, alongside their daughters, Josy and Emmy, began stewarding the land in 2003. With backgrounds in health care, they knew firsthand the positive impact that a healthy ecosystem and good, whole foods can have on one's mental and physical health.

Without previous farming experience, Tamara and David set out to revitalize what was then a defunct cow dairy, restoring its battered barns and breathing new life into neglected soil. In 2007, Toluma Farms opened its doors as a goat and sheep dairy. Soon after, Tomales Farmstead Creamery was born.

In 2010, we protected our agriculture heritage with the oldest land trust in the country, the Marin Agricultural Land Trust (MALT). Because of MALT’s pioneering work, more than 55,000 acres (more than 90 farms) throughout West Marin are protected farmland forever.

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David Jablons & Tamara Hicks
5488 Middle Road
Petaluma, CA  94952
Phone: 707-878-2041

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