Riverhill Farm is a certified organic, community-based family farm located just 3 miles from downtown Nevada City, California. Most of our produce is sold within ten miles of the farm. On ten productive acres, we grow a diverse mix of vegetables, culinary herbs and fruits, including many heirloom and specialty varieties. We grow more than 30 crops, and specialize in a few favorites, including tomatoes, lettuce and peppers. We sell at two area Farmers' Markets. Our farmstand at the farm will be open this year on Wednesday of each week starting in June. Join our email list to receive our season opening announcement and our weekly produce availability list.
We feature a Friend of the Farm Card as an alternative to weekly CSA subscription boxes. Buy a Friend of the Farm Card in one of three values ($150, $300 and $450) prior to April 30th and receive a 10% discount on your purchases of our produce at the Saturday Nevada City Farmers' Market and at the farm's farm stand. For more detail, please visit the CSA Farm Card page of our website.
You can find the same great Riverhill Farm produce at the Nevada City Farmers' Market on Saturdays between June and October and at the Truckee Farmers' Market on Tuesdays from the beginning of June through the second week of October. We also supply the BriarPatch Natural Foods Co-op in Grass Valley.
We look forward to seeing you this summer!
Season: January through January
Type: single farm
# of Shares: 250
Work Req? No
Nevada City Farmers Market, Saturday, 8:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Truckee Farmers' Market, Tuesday, 8:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Every Wednesday from 2:00 to 6:00 and by announcement when berries are available. Join our email list on our website for announcements and updates.
We sell many of our crops to BriarPatch Coop Natural Foods Community Market, 290 Sierra College Drive in Grass Valley, California. Some of the crops we sell to BriarPatch include lettuce, arugula, curly kale, tomatoes, peppers, winter squash and more.
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The farmers at Riverhill Farm care so much about the food they produce for the community. The vegetables are picked the day you drive to the farm to pick up your box; so they are beautiful as well as perfectly ripe.... [more]