About Victorian Farmstead
The history of the farm
Victorian Farmstead is a free range ranch and Christmas tree farm, visible from Mill Station Road and Highway 116 in Sebastopol, CA. Passersby often stop and watch the sheep and chickens, turkeys and miniature horses grazing in the pastures! Locals all recognize the beautiful Victorian house and outbuildings that Adam’s grandparents bought in 1972. Bob and Sally Parks took over the tree farm in 1992. Under their care it has grown into one of the finest Christmas Tree farms in Northern California. Now the third generation is continuing that tradition of quality for what we produce!
Adam and Laura Parks took over the business operation of the farm in 2009, after Bob & Sally decided to retire. It was so important to Adam to continue the tradition his parents and grand parents had established that he convinved his city-slicker wife and kids to move to the farm.
The family farm is integral part of our history. Many consumers are finding that buying their food from local farmers not only supports their local economy, it also shrinks their carbon footprint and gives them comfort knowing where their food is from and how it is raised. Our goal at Victorian Farmstead is to raise all natural, pasture-fed meat, eggs and poultry that you can serve with pride and confidence!