Churchview Farm

In 2006 my husband Todd and I moved to what had been my grandparents small farm, located in the South Hills of Pittsburgh. Respecting a family tradition of all-natural growing methods and the ecosystem of the farm, we continue to raise food without the use of chemicals, pesticides or herbicides. Though we use organic and sustainable growing practices, we choose not to pursue organic certification. Churchview Farm uses sustainable agricultural practices, which require the production of safe, healthy food and respect for all aspects of the farm by incorporating nurturing the soil, treating the animals humanely, and complimenting the natural ecosystem.

Listing last updated on May 29, 2014

Churchview Farm: A third-generation sustainable family farm in Pittsburgh, PA

Season:  May through November

Type:  single farm

Since:  2008

# of Shares:  30

Full Share:  $425 - $600 per season depending on share size and type, and delivery option

1/2 Share:  $425 - $525 per season depending on share size and type, and delivery option. Members are welcome to split shares of either size with friends or neighbors.

Work Req?  No

Schedule and Location:

in 2010 Churchview Farm will begin to offer small on-farm markets featuring our produce, honey, and free-range eggs. check the "markets" link on our website for up-to-date schedules and information

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This wonderful new farm has enhanced the locavore movement in Pittsburgh, by offering a variety of sustainably grown vegetables and fruits, honey from its hives, and now pastured eggs! If you are lucky enough to join the CSA (it's small, since they're just starting out), you'll find the farmers to be fun, open, honest folks with a passion for tending their land. What a great farm!

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