Living Soil Microfarms

At Living Soil Microfarms raised beds are used to grow a large variety of crops in a small space. The use of hand tools and manual labor are emphasized to promote a close relationship with nature. A diversity of crops help maintain a healthy agroecosystem. Through trial and error, crops have been chosen that prove to grow well at this site using these growing methods. Many varieties of perennial fruits and vegetables are also grown. Nearly permanent mulch helps maintain soil life and fertility. Small scale agriculture is promoted as a healthy and sustainable lifestyle that is suitable worldwide.

There are two microfarms, one near Genesee and the other in Moscow, Idaho. Both locations have resident farmers.

Listing last updated on Jul 31, 2014

Over 10 varieties of garlic are grown using raised beds at the Genesee microfarm!



Season:  May through October

Type:  single farm

Since:  2006

# of Shares:  5

Full Share:  $500/year for a 25 week season

Work Req?  No


Schedule and Location:

Moscow Food Co-op growers market at the Co-op parking lot every tuesday 4:30 - 6:30, May - Oct




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To supplement my garlic harvest, I ordered 3 lbs. of Spanish Roja garlic from Living Soil Microfarms to use as seed stock in October. I received the bulbs via USPS within 3 days of ordering them, and I was absolutely thrilled with the quality of the produce.... [more]


To supplement my garlic harvest, I ordered 3 lbs. of Spanish Roja garlic from Living Soil Microfarms to use as seed stock in October. I received the bulbs via USPS within 3 days of ordering them, and I was absolutely thrilled with the quality of the produce.... [more]


i ordered chesnok red garlic. the order arrived very fast, and was of such good quality i ordered more right away. bulbs were well cured; when i opened the box there was no smell of garlic, which is a sign of proper curing. the large quantity price is a great value.

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