Three Sisters Farm

Three Sisters Farm is located in San Timoteo Canyon in Redlands, California and has been certified organic since our inception in 2008. After acquiring our 20 acres of land in 2002, we designed and built a straw bale home. Our crops are grown on 1 acre and our produce is sold through our CSA and one farmers market. We grow beautiful greens and lettuces, a variety of root crops, seasonal specialties, fresh herbs and cut flowers. Our organic methods include maintaining a diverse crop rotation to discourage pests, planting native trees, shrubs and flowers to attract beneficial insects, birds and other predators, limiting deep cultivation of the soil, composting, green manuring, mulching, micro-irrigation and hand weeding.

Listing last updated on Mar 28, 2014

The Three Sisters garden is a traditional Native American planting of corn, squash and beans. The beneficial coexistence of the three species provides valuable sustenance as well as lore and legend in the culture. Sister corn grows up tall and straight while sister bean enriches the soil and stretches her vines up for support and sister squash provides cover over the bare ground with her canopy of large leaves.



Season:  Year round

Type:  single farm

Since:  2009

# of Shares:  30

Full Share:  Quarterly basis, 2 shares per month, $180/quarter

Work Req?  No


Schedule and Location:

The Farmers Market at The Grove Schoool
Saturdays, 8am-12pm, year-round, rain or shine
corner of Iowa Street and Orange Avenue
(west of Alabama Street, north of Barton Road)



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My family and I have been going to the Grove School farmer market for almost three years mainly for Three Sisters Farm. I am never disappointed when I arrive.... [more]


Jason & Abby are amazing people. We toured their farms as part of a cooking class excursion. Their produce is terrific and they put all their heart and soul into the work they are doing.... [more]


Words cannot explain how excited we are about this farm and the owners, Abby and Jason. I purchased some of their veggies at the Redlands Farmers Market and was blown away.... [more]

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