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Seasonal Produce Farm

710 West 2000 South, Orem UT

(385) 219-0077

wilkersonfarm@yahoo.com

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IMPORTANT CHANGES

SUMMER 2019

This year, we will not be opening our Orem farm store to the public until mid-September when the Fall Fair opens. But don't worry! We are still growing lots of fruits and veggies throughout the summer.  We are focusing on growing the best food we can, and getting it to you when it's most fresh. So to get local produce from our farm this summer, you can : 


1. SIGN UP FOR A CSA

In Community Supported Agriculture, you partner with a local farm by paying in the spring for a share of the summer crop. Click here to learn more about our weekly, biweekly, or monthly produce box. Plus you can add-on eggs, herbs, flowers, and bread. 


2. ORDER ONLINE

From June through November, you can order all your produce right here online. Whether you need a basket, box, or bushel of peaches! Pickup  for all orders is each Saturday at the Orem Farm Store. Click here to see when your favorite fruit will be in season.


3. MEET US AT THE FARMERS MARKET

From June through October, you can find us at the farmers markets: SLC every Saturday or Park City every Wednesday. Click here for the location & time of each market. 

EBT Customers

 Yes, we can accept your Utah Horizon EBT Card! 

Because you have to enter your pin number, we have to accept payment in-person. You will place your orders by email, and then pay when you pickup. Click "Learn More" for details.


Also, with the Double Up Food Bucks program, when you spend $20 on your EBT card, you can get up to $20 of free fruits and veggies !

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What do we mean by "Organic Grower"?

Our farm was 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 organic. 

But we haven't changed anything about the way we grow. 


  • We do not use GMO's or treated seeds. 
  • We do not use chemical fertilizers.  
  • We do not use chemical herbicides or pesticides.  
  • We do not chemically treat anything after harvest.

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