Located on 7 acres adjacent to the intersection of several freeway overpasses in San Francisco. The Farm was the home of domestic animals who lived in The Raw egg Animal Theater (TREAT), and vegetable and flower gardens. It included a state preschool,
performance events, dances and community gatherings. Neighborhood residents, as well as the art community, were invited to participate in The Farmâ€™s interdisciplinary, environmentally oriented activities.
â€œA life-scale environmental and social artwork that brought many people from different disciplines and cultures together with each other and other speciesâ€”plants and animals. The Farm also involved extensive land transformation including the integration of disparate land parcelsâ€”all adjacent to and incorporating a major freeway interchange into a new city culture-ecology park.â€ (Bonnie Ora Sherk)
The Farm transitioned into a new city park with community gardens.