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Largo Farm

Largo Farm

Largo Farm is a traditional mixed farm based on domestic production, processing, and use of their own food, fibre, and fuel and the production of a sufficient surplus for cash. There are large gardens producing vegetables, dry beans, and open-pollinated seeds and small fields for grain, hay, pulses, and oilseeds. Largo Farm offers a CSA with two member rings, one in the Battlefords and one in Saskatoon. On pick-up days, one family from each ring will come out to the farm to pick up vegetables for the entire ring!

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Largo Farm

Largo Farm is a traditional mixed farm based on domestic production, processing, and use of their own food, fibre, and fuel and the production of a sufficient surplus for cash. There are large gardens producing vegetables, dry beans, and open-pollinated seeds and small fields for grain, hay, pulses, and oilseeds. Largo Farm offers a CSA with two member rings, one in the Battlefords and one in Saskatoon. On pick-up days, one family from each ring will come out to the farm to pick up vegetables for the entire ring!

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New Mexico Harvest

New Mexico Harvest

New Mexico Harvest is the continued evolution of a fundamental element of society, a safe and sustainable local food system. As a CSA, they have connected the farmers to the community since 1994. They are excited to continue growing with New Mexico.

New Mexico Harvest is a dedication of people to their community, of their families to their land and their lives to their food. Their Farmers are dedicated to growing the purest, most nourishing crops this land can provide. The NM Harvest team is dedicated to connecting their food to you and helping you enjoy it.

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Heron Pond Farm

Heron Pond Farm

Heron Pond Farm is owned and operated by Greg Balog and Andre Cantelmo. Friends from college where they studied soil science, they have been a team for twenty years.

Heron Pond is a four season farm that grows over 250 varieties of vegetables, fruits, herbs, and flowers. Farming year-round has allowed them to grow and maintain an incredibly skilled and experienced staff whose passion brings higher yields, quality, and flavor to their food all year long.

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Abma’s Farm

Abma’s Farm

Abma’s family farm: where everything homegrown is raised with love, picked or cooked daily, and served fresh. Abma’s has been part of the Wyckoff landscape for over 85 years! Nine decades and five generations later, they are still Bergen County’s only produce and poultry farm. Abma’s prides themselves on their family tradition of hard work, honest values, and selfless service. In a relaxed and friendly atmosphere, they provide the community with the highest quality fresh produce, poultry and eggs from their own chickens, daily baked goods from their scratch bakery, homemade specialties from their kitchen, and artfully grown plants from their greenhouses.

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Rose Garden of Greens

Rose Garden of Greens

The Rose Garden of Greens is a CSA (aommunity-supported agriculture) here to nurture us in many ways. Our community, our souls, and our bodies. Thank you for your interest in our farm!

Buying local means many things to us at The Rose Garden. It allows us to personally get to know you, the consumer, and you to get to know us, the farmer. It gives you the chance to witness our practices and values, which allows us to know your needs and wants. This helps us in providing you with delicious, fresh produce every week throughout the season.

We are wholly committed to growing our produce without the use of chemicals, even though our farm is neither organically nor naturally certified. We are also committed to utilizing sustainable and responsible land stewardship practices.

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Hilltop Hanover Farm

Hilltop Hanover Farm

Hilltop Hanover Farm is 60-acre educational sustainable crop farm, located 45 minutes out of mid-town Manhattan. The farm is owned by the County of Westchester and operated by a nonprofit friends group. The farm stand is open seasonally on Fridays and Saturdays, and...

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Bucking Horse

Bucking Horse

Bucking Horse is designed around fulfilling the hunger for community. Visitors and homeowners will be able to discover a community of opportunities nestled in a safe environment. Local vendors will have the chance to share their products and create relationships with those visiting the village, while community gardens and gathering places will encourage homeowners not only to interact but to bond with their neighbors.

A trail system, community gardens, and a working farm as well as a garden for the farm-to-fork restaurant are all part of the proposed master plan to protect our land. A variety of homes will be offered within the community including single-family and townhome residences.

Bucking Horse is designed around fulfilling the hunger for community. Visitors and homeowners will be able to discover a community of opportunities nestled in a safe environment. Local vendors will have the chance to share their products and create relationships with those visiting the village, while community gardens and gathering places will encourage homeowners not only to interact but to bond with their neighbors. A trail system, community gardens, a working farm as well as a garden for the farm-to-fork restaurant, are all part of the proposed master plan to protect our land. A variety of homes will be offered within the community including single family and townhome residences.

The theme of the project is based upon the existing 129-year-old Johnson Farm and Jessup Farm buildings, which will be rehabilitated in an effort to protect the history and enhance the overall ambiance of the project. Bucking Horse is designed around maintaining a healthy lifestyle. The entire project is designed around trail systems that encourage outdoor exercise. Healthful retailers within the Jessup Farm Artisan Village, including a proposed fitness center, a farm-to-fork restaurant, and fresh local produce—along with a clean and safe environment—will promote quality of life and health.

The community gardens and farm-to-fork restaurant will teach today’s kids how a seed in the ground becomes the food on their plate. Not only will the project allow us to teach society where its food comes from, the children of today will learn how nature can provide endless opportunities for fun and learning. Whether it’s building a treehouse, learning about care of the farm animals, or growing vegetables, the project will reflect how plants, animals, and people can live and coexist.

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