Welcome to our website.
You can find information about us and our farm, but you can also find articles, links, and information about food, farming, health, and life, that we find value in, and hope to share with you. We'd also love for you to share with us!
We want our website to be to be informative, interactive, and a resource and/or respite, for our customers. We want it to be a place where you share ideas, and a place to learn and connect with others.
We're excited to connect, learn and grow with our community. Whether you're part of our local community, or our larger internet community, we'd love to hear from you!
We'd just like to assure our current and potential customers that we are being extra diligent when it comes to sanitizing equipment/materials, and while it comes to the care, harvesting, washing, and packing of your food. I used to work in schools, and as a result I have become quite germ aware. From our inception, we've taken food safety seriously. I always wear gloves, (and now I wear a mask), I change them frequently, and we always clean any equipment that touches the produce before and after each use. Please feel free to reach out if you have any concerns.
We're a brand new small family owned farm located in Brewster, NY, right on the border of Connecticut. Currently, we specialize in all types of greens, a handful of herbs, and some other seasonal crops. Our goal is to provide high quality, organic (soon to be certified) produce to the local community. We offer a home delivery CSA, and we also sell to chefs, restaurants, cafes, and grocery stores.
We borrowed this idea from High Mowing Organic Seeds in Vermont. They're our main seed supplier and they have this great feature in their newsletter called "Why We Grow," where their customers write about why they grow food. As local farmers, we felt it was important for potential customers to know why we grow, so we included our own here.
You can read more about why we grow here...but in a nutshell, we grow for: health, family, freedom, and now, for community
Updated March 2020
We're still in the building out phase for some parts of the farm, but we are getting there!
Our winter beds are just finishing up, as we turn them over for spring plantings. We've already seeded some baby kale, baby spinach, and baby lettuce, as well as transplanted some peas and radishes.
We're also starting transplants inside, and trialing new microgreens.
We're also very proud to have recently begun serving La Bonne's Market in Salisbury, CT. So make sure to stop by and look for products with our logo!
HOURS: We're not open to the public but we love to connect with our customers - we are an open source farm. So feel free to give us a call to arrange a visit and come check out what we have growing.
Brewster, New York, United States