At Balanced Harvest Farm, located in Needham, Shelby County, we're offering all our produce via Hoosier Harvest Market which is a producer owned and operated type of multi farm CSA and directly from us on Saturdays at the Broad Ripple Farmers Market (June-November) Harvest of our produce traditionally begins in early June. We offer a seasonal array of herbs & vegetables from Arugula to Zucchini. Everything we sell, we grow. It's all locally produced by our family and picked fresh daily. Using our 35+ years experience, we balance the methods of production to insure the most nutritious and amazing tasting vegetables available. Our farm is Certified Naturally Grown. Most varieties we grow are open pollinated, heirloom and all are non-GMO. Please feel free to contact us for more information.
At Balanced Harvest Farm it's all about simplicity, taste, education, sustainability and connecting people to their food source. Todd Jameson, founder of Balanced Harvest Farm, has enjoyed a life-long involvement with vegetable and herb growing. Along with his brothers, Todd was a founding farmer at the New York City Greenmarkets in 1976. Participation in the Greenmarkets sparked a passion for interacting directly with the end user of his products, be they the general public or a Chef
Season: June through September
Type: single farm
# of Shares: 100
Full Share: $550 / 16 week season Jun-Sep 2011
1/2 Share: $350 / 16week season Jun-Sep 2011
Work Req? No
Broad Ripple Farmers Market, 1115 Broad Ripple Avenue, Indianapolis, 46222. Saturdays, from June through the end of October. Market opens at 8:00 am and closes at 12 noon.
Contact us for availability at BalancedHarvestFarm@live.com. We publish a weekly supply and price guide and would be happy to add you to our list if you are a wholesale buyer.
I am new to the CSA program this year and my expectations were exceeded. The weekly produce box was not only delicious, but also beautiful and painstakingly packed.... [more]
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My wife and i have supported the Balanced Harvest Farms CSA program this summer. It has been an awesome experience that has really helped us change our old eating habits and propel us into focusing on "eating local.... [more]
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