We are an active fruit and vegetable farm using organic growing methods. We no longer offer a CSA or retail option to the public, but we recommend these local growers and offer gardening resources on our blog.
We now grow to supply local food banks & pantries exclusively. With your help, we can improve the quality of food our neighbors in need receive.
Growing for Food Banks
Fresh and healthy food is often inaccessible to lower income families due to cost. The vast majority of donations given to food banks are shelf-stable, canned, and pre-packaged.
As a local produce farm, we can improve the quality of food our community in need receives. In 2022, we are planning to produce over 175,000 lbs of potatoes, onions, tomatoes, peaches, watermelons, cantaloupes, spaghetti squash, butternut squash, and pumpkins exclusively for Tabitha's Way Local Food Pantries & the Utah Food Bank.
If you'd like to join the cause of feeding neighbors in need, your donation will go towards the direct upfront growing costs of seeds, fertilizer, drip irrigation lines, fuels, and tractor expenses.