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Our Mission

Land Preservation

Community Participation

Land Preservation

We believe in preserving the most productive soils for local food security. We work with local leaders to protect the last remaining farm lands from residential & commercial development.


We hope to also preserve the essential  knowledge and skills of growing, cooking, and preserving food. Visit our blog for garden tips and recipes, or apply to work on the farm during the summer.

Food Production

Community Participation

Land Preservation

We strive to grow the healthiest produce using sustainable, organic methods. Our specialty is root crops, like potatoes and carrots. You can learn more about our growing practices and read more about how the farm got started.


We also support other local farms and co-op with them to share a larger variety of Utah produce with our customers. 

Community Participation

Community Participation

Community Participation

We share the harvest with our community through a CSA program. We also provide a safe, relaxing, and fun environment for kids and families at our annual Fall Fair


Through the season, our excess food goes to Tabitha's Way Local Food Pantry to feed neighbors in need in our immediate Utah County area.

Local farms need community support. Your contributions will help fund our efforts to share the farm and serve more people.

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Growing Practices

What do we mean by "Organic Grower"?

  • We do not use any GMO (genetically modified organisms) or chemically treated/coated seeds. 
  • We do not use chemical fertilizers. We use bone & blood meals, as well as green manures and crop rotation. 
  • We do not use chemical herbicides or pesticides.  We always plant extra, knowing the bugs will get their share. 
  • We do not chemically coat/wash/treat anything after harvest. Often times, you will see dirt and ladybugs still on the carrots you take home. 


We are no longer certified organic. We were certified by the Utah Department of Agriculture and Food from 2010 to 2017. We decided to surrender our license in 2018 because it started hurting us instead of helping us.