Our philosophy at Herban Living Farm is to work with the earth to produce local, healthy food. We believe that organic and biological practices not only grow the most nutritious produce, but actually replenish the soil rather than deplete it.
Our practices, which include crop rotation, interplanting, grazing and scheduled cover cropping, serve to create a sustainable farming system that bears in mind the needs of the whole ecosystem-soil organisms, people, plants, insects, wildlife, trees and water. All of our farm animals are on rotating pasutre so they can eat fresh wild food including grass, brush, insects and seeds. Our animals breath clean air, receive organic feeds, and get plenty of exercise.
Herban Living Farm –
"Certified Organic" and Now in its 6th Season!
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Herban Living Farm is part of a larger vision of people
together to support sustainable, local farms, sharing food and
celebrating the bounty of a loving earth. That's the promise of
Community Supported Agriculture (CSA).
CSAs are local, small farming systems where a farmer produces diverse crops for farm members who receive fresh food weekly. All members share in the bounty and risk of the farm, and all enjoy knowing where and how their food is grown.
Our Commitment extends beyond the growing and selling of produce. We are building community through our Community Support Agriculture (CSA) membership, multiple seasonal public celebrations, and our nascent environmental education work, which includes visiting school groups and Dandelions Summer Camp. In continuation of one of our founding principles, we will be donating food to a local non-profits that support families at risk.
We warmly invite you to join our community, whether joining our CSA, visiting us to look around, volunteering in the fields, or by organizing an event at the farm.
This years crops will include: spinach, cucumbers, onions, tomatoes, kale, carrots, cabbages, greens, pumpkins, melons, lettuces, radishes, leeks, potatoes, beets, broccoli, peppers, peas, beans, winter squash, summer squash, basil, dill, thyme, parsley, and even more herbs.
Additionally, eggs, lacto-fermented vegetables, roasting and soup chickens, and honey will be available through our farmstand.
The season begins around June 1 and things will start slow. The season will run for twenty weeks, ending at Thanksgiving. Members will also receive bags of roots crops, including carrots, onions, beets, cabbage and potatotes.
Members can pick up their produce on Tuesdays and Saturdays.
To register for Herban Living Farm, or to see our brochure, click here. If you would like one mailed to you, call us at (603) 878-0459, or email us.
For information on our vegetable garden consultation and installation services click here.
For more information on all programs, please call us at (603) 878-0459.
For upcoming events at Herban Living, click HERE.