Green Things Farm

Green Things Farm is owned and operated by young farmers Nate and Jill Lada. Our CSAs offer healthy, delicious, and beautiful produce from May-August and September-December. You can also find us at local farmer's markets, food Co-ops, and our food is often featured at local restaurants. Located just five miles from downtown!

The core of our farm is a CSA, which stands for community supported agriculture. A CSA is a farm share program which builds a relationship with your farmer. Members agree to buy a share of the farm at the beginning of each season in return for their portion of the harvest each week.

We strive to ensure the sustainability of farming by only using organic pesticides and fertilizers. Hoop houses allow us to produce healthy, delicious veggies year round! We love farming and cannot wait to get more seeds in the ground and produce on your plate!

Please visit our website www.greenthingsfarm.com for more details.

Listing last updated on Aug 14, 2014

Offering diverse, Spring/Summer and Fall CSA shares to the Ann Arbor community. Fall 2014 shares now available!



Season:  May through December

Type:  single farm

Since:  2011

Full Share:  $400/14 weeks

Work Req?  No


Schedule and Location:

Ann Arbor Kerrytown Market: Wendesdays & Saturdays
Cobblestone Farmers Market: Tuesday afternoons
St. Joseph Hospital: Wednesdays 11-1pm

We wholesale to many local restaurants including the Jolly Pumpkin, Bona Sera Cafe, Tios, Inn Season Cafe Grange Kitchen and Bar, The Brinery, Selma, and more.



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I have been a member of the Green Things Farm CSA since the beginning. I am particularly impressed by the progress they have made. They now offer a wide variety of the highest quality foods, and are extremely nice people as well.... [more]


I've purchased cooking greens and root veggies from Green Things a number of times at the farmer's market, and they're always fresh and cook up very nicely.... [more]


This is a new startup farm located in Ann Arbor. This farm is under the Tilian Grant and is sure to be a great success. Run by two enthusiastic and environmental friendly UofM grads, the farm overflows with organic practices, chickens, yummy produce, and an upbeat work attitude.... [more]

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