Sonoma Heritage Farms LLC

Sonoma Heritage Farms is an upstart farm nestled in the Carneros region of Sonoma Valley. The farm is located on a historic cattle ranch which has been family operated for over 100 years. We are a group of next generation farmers who believe in growing non-gmo, heirloom vegetables without synthetic fertilizers, pesticides or chemicals.

The cows and chickens provide natural fertilizer, our bees pollinate and provide honey and native owls and bats keep garden pests at bay. With the usage of compost tea, Bio-dynamic principles and the introduction of beneficial micro-organisms we are able to improve soil fertility while growing delicious produce without compromising the health of the land, native animals or you. So enjoy, knowing it doesn't get any more natural than this!

Our 2014 CSA season starts soon. Join us for another bountiful year of deliciousness!

Listing last updated on Jan 25, 2014

Sonoma Heritage Farms is back for another season of growing outrageously good veggies! Become a member of our CSA and ensure an endless supply of wholesome heirloom produce. Our CSA program will begin early March and space is limited, so contact us soon about be becoming a part of our farm family. New additions for 2014 include pasture raised eggs, flowers, grass fed meat and honey!


Season:  March through November

Type:  single farm

Since:  2012

# of Shares:  50

Full Share:  Full Share $25 with a six week minimum

1/2 Share:  Half Share $15 with a six week minimum

Work Req?  No

Schedule and Location:

Tuesday night Farmers Market in Sonoma's historic plaza

Schedule and Location:

24835 Arnold Dr. at Yenni Ranch. Sun, 10-4

Local restaurants and purveyors can inquire for a price list and product calendar!

Latest Reviews

This farm is just getting started but they have the right idea. As organic as you can get, fresh eggs that are worth every bit of the $7.00 they charge (folks drive from 40 miles away for them and don;t want others to know about them - their secret!!), and fresh produce on the horizon.... [more]

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