Stop by the farm during our regular business hours and see what we have ready to go in our cooler!
Restaurants and produce vendors can sign up for our weekly wholesale availability list. Give us a call or send us a message and we can add you to the list!
While we are not a certified organic farm we are proud to say we use no herbicides or pesticides. Our vegetable farm employs a no-till methodology that encourages diverse biological activity in the soil, including our worms! The techniques we use to cultivate our growing beds naturally reduces pests and weeds commonly found in a vegetable farm.
While the cool season is still around we will have plenty of lettuces, kales, radishes, braising greens, mustard greens, swiss chard, carrots, broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, brussel sprouts, cilantro, parsley, citrus, sugar snap peas, bok choy, garlic greens, and much, much more!
Our transition into spring will introduce the warm season crops like tomatoes, squash, peppers and cucumbers.
If you've always been interested in learning how a working farm manages to do it all, volunteering is a great way to gain exposure. If you're interested in volunteer opportunities please e-mail Celina at firstname.lastname@example.org