Celebrating 21 Years Of Organic Farming in 2014, Pure Earth Organic Farm, was established in 1993 on 30 acres of rented land in Collier Township, not far from the City of Pittsburgh, growing organic vegetables for Farmer's Markets and wholesale outlets throughout the area.
In 2001, the farm moved and expanded to 85 acres, 100 miles North of Pittsburgh, near Cambridge Springs, which is in-between Edinboro and Meadville, PA.
In 2006 we expanded our acreage to 110 acres. Organic Garlic is our specialty (and main cash crop), but we sometimes have vegetables, fruit (apples), herbs, flowers, and other crops, depending on the season and the weather.
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Note: We are no longer OCIA Certified Organic. We were for many years, but because of the extra expenses involved in being certified organic, we dropped our certification, and the last certification we had expired at the end of November, 2008.
Instead of being "Certified Organic," in the Summer of 2008 we switched to "Certified Naturally Grown (CNG)," which is a grassroots alternative to being certified organic. It is much more reasonably priced for small farms like ours. The way we grow our crops hasn't changed though, and we still grow our crops organically and to the highest possible standards.
Our "Certified Naturally Grown" certification is current and we will gladly show you our certificate upon request. In 2011 our apiary and honey were also Certified Naturally Grown.
THANK YOU for your support and patronage.
THANKS for your patronage and support!
Second Saturday Community Market: Meadville Market House. Dates and Times TBD.
Open by appointment only. Please call or e-mail before coming so we know when to expect you. THANKS.
Small wholesale amounts of our products are available for sale to stores, restaurants, and to other interested customers. Please contact us for details. Free pickup at the farm, shipping and delivery available for a fee.
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