Reviews for: Classic Organic Farm & Market

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My most heartfelt respect for this place
By: Faith Gardener    (Feb 26, 2013)

I simply love this place. We always stop by the barn on the way to the park. A peaceful sort of place with (at the time I was there) a horse and a goat contently doing their thing while the most friendly cat is overlooking your purchase. The most delicious things are classic organic, the way organics were meant to be. It is official, I'm going to be a farmer some day.(I don't know how many teenagers would say that but, I'm one :)! ) I thank God for people like you. Your food gives life. May your farm thrive.

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Helmut Klauer says:    (Feb 27, 2013)

Faith: If you are interested in helping out on the Farm, just let us know. We can trade 1/2 box veggies for 4 hours work. Thanks for the rave review!



Amazing
By: Melissa Beaugrand    (Nov 5, 2009)

I stopped in to the barn shop today for the first time. I couldn't resist, and I was blown away!

This place is really a slice of heaven. Truly.

I bought some strawberries and am eating them now. They are everything that a strawberry should be. Juicy, sweet, firm.

Thank you!!!!

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Peace Barn Produce ROCKS
By: tina pumilia    (Sep 27, 2009)

This produce is LOVE, you can taste it. Every time I come to this Valley it's astonishing to me what's available at the farmers market, but this boutiful barn holds all you'd ever want with plenty of parking and makes you feel good, even before you eat all the goodies. You are encouraged to shop at your leisure and leave the money you owe, no shop keep here, they're all out gardening! There is a guard cat, so beware.....Melons, herbs, eggs, you name it in season and the Peace Barn for Classic Organic Farm has it....

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Helmut Klauer says:    (Sep 30, 2009)

Thank you for the kind words. PLEASE NOTE that we are not in Goleta, although our zip code forces computerized addressing and most online maps to turn "Gaviota" into "Goleta." We are North on 101, through the Gaviota tunnel, up the Gaviota Pass/Nojoqui Grade, down the other side. At the bottom of that hill, take the turnoff, marked "Nojoqui Park." That road is Old Coast Highway and we are on your left - you really can't miss the PeaceBarn!