Ebb & Flow  Farm

We are an independent vegetable farm based in Northern Wayne county, PA. We run a seasonal CSA in Butler, NJ at Taste of Dawn and we have a roadside stand in Lakewood,PA. Our products include seasonal fresh vegetables,culinary herbs, and medicinal plants (which are incorporated into our natural body care products. Our main focus is Garlic, we sell high quality seed garlic as well as table garlic, German Red and White.we are currently transitioning to become certified organic. Our farming practices include; cover cropping, green manuring, crop rotation, use of composts; animal manures, natural insect control (we use absolutely no chemical fertilizers or pesticides),mineral enhancements, micro-organisms (EM),and beneficial mycellium, along with basic bio-dynamic principles and an acute observation of natural life cycles. -Forrest and Jocelyn

Listing last updated on Apr 19, 2014

Roadside produce stand open June-October. Week to Week shares. Pick up orders,wholesale orders to bed and breakfasts or restaurants.Medicinal herb walks, and art & craft workshops will be posted through the season.See you in Lakewood....



Season:  July through October

Type:  single farm

Since:  2009

# of Shares:  30

Full Share:  $30/week

1/2 Share:  $15

Work Req?  No


Schedule and Location:

CSA. bi-weekly drop off in Butler, NJ. Every other week June - October. No commitment week to week. Call ahead to reserve a share or purchase your veggies market style.

Schedule and Location:

Farm stand at 1232 crosstown Highway(also370) in Lakewood,PA. We're about a half hour from Honesdale , PA and fifteen minutes from Hancock,NY. Open every day of the week starting in mid may, Friday- Sunday we'll have the largest and best selection. Salad mix is harvested fresh every day.Week to week farm share boxes are available ,please call ahead.This is your opportunity to purchase some of the freshest , most nutrient rich vegetables in the region. For more information call 570 727 2508 or e-mail hummusdip@yahoo.com




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My lower back remembers how much work farming is

2010-04-14

  The birds are nesting the wild ramps are rampant and the sun is shining. So far this spring is gorgeous compared to the last three we've seen on the farm here in Lakewood, PA.  Already we've planted rows of carrots, spinach,lettuce,onions,peas,and radishes outdoors!.... [more]


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