Specializing in more than twenty dry-farmed potato varieties and a variety of dry-farmed tomatoes packed full of flavor, David Little has also recently diversified his crops with a small amount of irrigation, allowing for production of beautiful lettuces, brassicas, swiss chard and much more that thrives in the farm's coastal Marin environment. Although dry farming serves the farms sustainability, diversity and expansion has been well received by a committed customer following after nearly 15 years of bringing potatoes to the table each season.
Little Organic Farm produces potatoes, strawberries and vegetables on five separate fields throughout West Petaluma, Tomales and Bloomfield. Some of these pieces of land have remained the same over years, other shifting with the adaptive nature that farming requires.
Full of innovative ideas and seeking always to feed people flavor and nutrition, the farm is always seeking the best way to serve the community.
Internships may be available, offering shared housing on the farm and a stipend.
Dry farming is a soil tillage technique, an art of working the soil. Not only does it require no irrigation or water use needs, but it also increases intensity of flavor, especially in the farm's prized tomato crop.
San Francisco Ferry Plaza, Saturday, 8am-2pm
Oakland Grand Lake, Saturday, 9am-2pm
Marin Civic Center, Sundays, 8am-1pm
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