WHY JOIN A FARM SHARE
Over the centuries, society has grown further and further away from their food. We believe it is vital for our public health and environment to not only consume healthier, non-processed food but to connect with and experience it. Only when we invest in and appreciate traditional farming, we as a community can re-structure the food industry back to the way it was intended to be – local, regenerative, accessible, nutritious, and bio-diverse. We are excited for you to take this food journey with us.
Your farm share is not only an investment in your personal health and wellness; it contributes to our research in sustainability and food justice.
HOW IT WORKS
Harvest Share members harvest their own produce up to once a week, giving them the opportunity to customize their baskets the way they want and connect with nature in the process.
If you've always dreamed of starting your own garden, but just don't have the resources or experience, you can adopt a 400 square foot farming plot. Adopt-a-Plot gives you full access to land, water, compost, and mentoring from our knowledgeable staff to grow your garden any way you want it.
Not local? Book a Single Share and harvest for the day.
For a chance to get more involved, our Volunteer program is perfect for those willing to donate farm labor and gain practical education and experience.
HOW DO I GET STARTED?
First, you must pick a farm share plan that works for you here.
Farm Share members will then be able to book shares once a week until plan expiration, with the opportunity to renew.
Book a commitment-free single share here.
HOW DO I BOOK A SHARE?
Farm share hours are Monday, Wednesday, Saturday, and Sundays from 10am-7pm by appointment. Booking appointments is quick and hassle free with our online automated booking service.
Appointments are blocked for one hour but it is okay to stay shorter/longer within open hours.
WHAT PRODUCE IS AVAILABLE?
We grow a wide variety of fruit and vegetables however availability of produce will vary throughout the season. Pasture-raised eggs and other farm products such as preserves, soaps, and honey may be added onto shares at a discounted rate for members as available.
WHAT DO I NEED TO BRING?
Harvest Share members will be issued a reusable crate to fill weekly for the season. Clippers and other tools for harvest must be supplied by member.
Adopt-a-Plot members supply their own hoses, seeds, starts, and tools. A nearby water source to connect irrigation equipment and compost is included.
CAN I BRING MY PET?
Live animals on the premise include large dogs, goats, bees, and chickens. You are welcome to bring your pet, but please keep them supervised and on-leash.
CAN I BRING FRIENDS OR FAMILY?
Friends and family are welcome to accompany members, but not to exceed one share per membership.