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Are you growing a garden?

Have you been to our Fall Fair?

Have you been to our Fall Fair?

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Have you been to our Fall Fair?

Have you been to our Fall Fair?

Have you been to our Fall Fair?

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When are peaches in season?

Have you been to our Fall Fair?

When are peaches in season?

2020 Season Update

April 2, 2020

 With so many worldwide changes surrounding the corona virus, the future seems uncertain. Looking ahead at what the summer and fall season might look like for this farm, we are asking for your feedback.


Our plan for 2020 was to discontinue food production for a time, and get to a better financial position. We have struggled finding enough people interested in buying local produce relative to the expenses, resources, and energy required.


However, we believe that it is absolutely essential that communities have access to locally grown food, especially during hardships. Access will be more difficult seeing that summer farmers markets' are very unlikely to operate.


So we are creating a new 2020 planting plan. There would be online ordering and a drive-through for pickup at our Orem farm store. There would be a variety of pickup times, but no other pickup locations. The timeline for fresh items would be early July through early October. 


If you are interested in ordering, click the button below to answer 3 short questions.

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 were certified organic 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. ​So we are no longer certified.