There are people in this region who believe there is magic in the mountains that surround Golden Door. We think that magic is simply the increasingly rare experience of earth that is understood to be both national patrimony and the future of us all. We take only what we need from the land and are committed to giving back as much. This land is magical. And we intend to keep it that way.
Golden Door is focused on environmental stewardship efforts in northern San Diego County. The rural site known as “Newland Sierra” ensures that the 2,000 acres of critical open space, wildlife and precious habitat areas of the property will be protected for generations to come. Protecting this property reflects our deep commitment to sustainability, which we believe is part of our responsibility to our community and beyond. Caring for the incredible resources on this site is a way we can truly contribute to our shared climate action goals.
Our dedication to protecting our land allows Golden Door to offer an abundance of outdoor activities for our guests to enjoy. As our groves grow, our orchards flower and our botanicals bloom, each day becomes a new experience of the great outdoors, bringing us closer to nature and to our own inner selves. The peacefulness of the experience offers enlightenment and calm.
Preservation and invention will help steward our land for future generations. We have developed new water sources to feed our groves, prepare our soil with natural nutrient sources and cultivate our trees for optimal health.
We strive to create a diversified, balanced agricultural ecosystem that generates health and sustainably promotes land fertility. The harmonization of the land, sun and water infuses the food we raise with vital nutrients. Our biointensive farming methods ensure that the food we serve our guests is healthy, clean and natural…just as it was intended.
At Golden Door Farms, we believe in renewing our land to help revitalize the environment. We have transplanted thirty-five 30-year-old Manzanillo olive trees from a commercial orchard, recently added 131 acres of citrus groves to our agricultural holdings and bringing a new life to over seventy-five acres of now fruitful avocado groves.