Good Land Organics

Good Land Organics is located in the hills of Goleta, California, two miles from the Pacific Coast. This certified organic land is called Condor Ridge Ranch, and is a unique ecosystem, unlike almost any other in the area, that allows us to grow a diversity of exotic sub-tropical crops. The soil is a rich clay loam free of chemical pesticides. Our winters are mild and typically frost-free, while our mild summer days start with foggy mornings. These climate patterns contribute to our ability to grow the specialty sub-tropical fruits others cannot.

Calimoya Brand Cherimoyas and Hass avocados have been our predominant crops. In recent years, through a technique called inter-planting, we have added dragon fruit, passion fruit, coffee beans and caviar limes, among other produce in the works. Now, the farm boasts nearly one hundred different, organic fruiting plants.

We offer educational farm tours bi-monthly to show case our growing techniques but more importantly to expose the life-cycle of a coffee bean. The tours are interactive, educational and all of our guests will be able to experience a cup of Santa Barbara grown coffee. As coffee is not typically grown in the continental US, nor 18 degrees north of the 'recommended growing regions', it is a very exciting development to be able to witness. Visit our website for more information, dates and prices.

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Listing last updated on Jun 29, 2012

Good Land Organics is a family managed farm, consisting of 80 planted acres of organically raised fruit trees. We are located in the coastal foothills of Santa Barbara at an elevation of 650 feet with a comfortably warm, southern orientation. Our weather combined with our innovative organic growing techniques allows us to cultivate a wide range of out of the ordinary crops such as: cherimoyas, finger limes, passion fruit, blood oranges, coffee and more.



Schedule and Location:

Santa Barbara Farmer's Markets - Old Town State Street location, Tuesdays; 4-7:30 Summer, 3-6:30 Winter



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