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Living Hope Farm


Living Hope Farm (Community Supported Agriculture) CSA is a non-profit, 40 acre farm; priding itself on growing Non-GMO, chemical-free produce, that is nutritious and sustainably grown. The farm produces a large variety of fresh, fruits and heirloom vegetables for members throughout the season. Individuals or families may purchase full or half shares and receive produce late-May through early November. As a member of the farm you also have the opportunity add value to your membership by taking advantage of the u-pick opportunities which are free for members! Strawberries, raspberries, spring sugar snaps, beans, vine ripened cherry tomatoes, fingerling potatoes, a weekly flower bouquet, and fresh herbs are all available for harvest during the season. One of the greatest joys is watching children enjoy the fun of assisting in digging a potato or pciking a cherry tomato right off the vine. Harvesting on the farm is a great opportunity to bring children and family members together. The Living Hope Farm mission is to think of food as a sacred gift that should be available to all persons. We believe that growing food involves responsibility to others as well. Therefore we tithe a portion of what we grow to underserved families and communities through other non-profit organizations. We strive to educate and incorporate the members into the workings of the farm through seasonal activities and small interactive educational classes and cooking demonstartions, throughout the season. School class tours, talks, and walks are also available. Living Hope Farm invites you to move from commodities to community, from fast food to fresh, local food and from mindless eating to a respectful, just oriented way of sharing what is grown. ***New this season - Public Market ! Tuesdays & Fridays from 2:00pm-7:00pm Saturdays from 9:00am-1:00pm

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