Tomten Farm is a small diverse farm run by Brian Garretson and Autumn Campbell on 18 acres in Prince Edward County, Virginia. With 2.5 acres dedicated to annual vegetable production, Tomten Farm offers a wide array of organically grown produce and herbs for local markets, restaurants, and our CSA shares. Our goal is to offer high quality, excellent tasting produce for people who love to cook.
While focused on produce, Tomten Farm is a diverse operation, which involves raising poultry for eggs and meat on our pastures throughout the farm. Our layer flock includes Black Austrolorpe, Silver Laced Wyendotte, and Easter Egger breeds and for meat we raise Red Ranger chickens and French Muscovy Ducks.
Sign up now for a 2014 CSA Farm Share!
At Tomten Farm, we are focused on growing a diversity of crops for our share members throughout the growing season, without the use of chemical fertilizers, pesticides, or herbicides.Check out more details on our CSA page or contact us with any questions.
Tomten Farm is searching for a Intern for 2014(April - October). We provide room & board plus a stipend in exchange for 40 hours of work per week. For details check our website's employment page!
Season: May through November
Type: single farm
# of Shares: 40
Full Share: $380 Spring/Summer Share (17 wks) $220 Fall Share (10 wks) $600 Full Season (27 wks) $560 Work Share Full Season (27 Wks)
Work Req? No
Tomten Farm will attend these markets sporadically throughout the winter, please check our website for exact dates.
South of the James Winter Market -
Forest Hill Park
New Kent Ave & 42nd Street
Richmond VA 23225
Byrd House Renegade Market -
980 Idlewood Ave Richmond, VA
Tuesdays 3-6pm December-April
We have been supporting this Farm since they bought the land from the prior farmers we supported. They bring excellent, fresh, clean products to the Market every Saturday.... [more]
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Owners Autumn & Brian are passionate about farming. They want to educate their customers, not just about how their food is grown but also great ways to cook it.... [more]