Heritage Hills Farm

We will now do a Fall CSA. From week of Sept 2 through the week of Oct 21st. It will cost 31.25 a week for a total of 250 dollars.

A farm that has been lived on and worked for 2 generations. We are working to restore native species to the land. We specialized in fresh flowers and vegatables. Our farm practices integrated pest management and conservative agriculture. We are constanly striving to grow our crops with the least environmental impact. Our chickens are allowed freedom to roam the farm during the day and their diet is supplemented with scraps from the garden.

We offer CSA shares for the summer and fall growing season. Please see our CSA page for more details.

Vegetable and herb seedlings will be avaliable for purchase at the beginning of May. $2 per pot. If you are interested in more details please contact Pat Wilmsen.

Listing last updated on Dec 23, 2012

Flowers, Vegatables, Fruit, Herbs. We sometime have extra berries, herbs and vegetables and eggs for sale and pick up at the farm.

We raise heirloom chickens and will have large brown, blue/green eggs. We will be selling them for $3/dozen.

Season:  June through August

Type:  single farm

# of Shares:  5

Full Share:  450 for 12 weeks approx 32 dollars a week only 2 shares left for 2013 season

Work Req?  No

Schedule and Location:

Call for availability.

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