Our mission is not only to bring quality food to your table, we strive to teach people in general and children in particular about better food practices. We partner with a network of schools, universities and organizations to raise awareness on healthy and sustainable practices.


Highlights on current projects and partners


Solar-powered farming and the Arizona Sustainability Alliance

Maya’s Farm is a pioneer in the sustainability world. We partnered with ASU and AZSA on an agrivoltaics project aiming to power our facilities and increase land efficiency. Agrivoltaics (or agrovoltaics) is the technique that uses the same land for both agricultural and energy generation purposes. AZSA will provide the necessary resources to install the solar panels and the battery storage system. We are thrilled to be a key partner on this project that will allow for research and education on sustainable agriculture and renewable energy.

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The Mollen Foundation

Maya’s Farm is proud to be partnering with the Mollen Foundation to empowers children and families to garden and cook together.

As part of the Edible classroom series, we are currently working with Garfield Elementary school and teaching edible classes to 6th graders.

This project embodies our mission to shine light on sustainable farming and use food as a learning experience for children.


Arizona State University

Our long standing relationship with ASU has blossomed into a close partnership with the schools of Sustainability and Humanities allowing students to take part in the daily activities of the farm and work on sustainable food practices for the future (Dinner 2040).

We are now actively working on creating an internship program involving gardening, farming and growing for those who want to get a foot in the door!

We also partner with the School of Letters and Cultures to offer an immersive learning experience focused on cultural farming and Phoenix diverse culinary history.


Maya’s Farm has professional affiliations with the following organizations.

We urge anyone interested in naturally grown farming, the sustainable-farm movement, nutrition, or global food economics to visit their websites.

Community Food Connections

Desert Marigold

Phoenix Public Market

Edible Phoenix magazine

Farm to Cafeteria

Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution

Local First Arizona

Phoenix Permaculture Guild

Slow Food/Slow Food in Schools

Blue Watermelon Project

Good Food Allies

Touch the Soil magazine



Great Educational Sources

Biodynamic Farm & Gardening Association

Center for Ecoliteracy

Valley Permaculture Alliance

Native Seeds/SEARCH

Good Food Finder