White Violet Center for Eco-Justice

White Violet Center for Eco-Justice at Saint Mary-of-the-Woods, IN, is a ministry of the Sisters of Providence. Our Community Supported Agriculture program provides fresh and safe produce to those living in the Terre Haute area. We also participate in the Terre Haute Downtown Farmers' Market.

Our greenhouse and two high tunnels allow for early starts. We have a small apiary which provides us with raw honey. We also have a herd of about 35 alpacas and create handmade garments with their fiber. In addition, we have about 300 acres of certified organic farmland.

Thousands of people visit every year for farm tours and environmental education programs. See our site for information about our internship programs, volunteer opportunities and events. We hope to see you soon!

Use this address for GPS: 3850 U.S. 150 at Saint Mary-of-the-Woods, IN 47876

Listing last updated on Dec 18, 2014

Please check out our 2014 events schedule here or on our website at www.WhiteViolet.org. Fiber and alpaca ownership workshops, cooking classes, eco-spirituality retreats and workshops, vegetable fermenting and herbal preparations classes. Call us to reserve your space today!

Season:  May through September

Type:  single farm

Since:  1996

# of Shares:  100

Full Share:  $475

1/2 Share:  $275 (picked up every other week)

Work Req?  No

Schedule and Location:

Downtown Terre Haute Farmers' Market every Saturday, June-October, 8 a.m. to noon at 9th and Cherry streets, across from the Clabber Girl Museum. Terre Haute Winter Farmers' Market every first Saturday of the month, November-May, inside Clabber Girl.

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Before moving to Indiana, I only ate vegetables when I had to and buying organic couldn't have been further from my mind. After visiting White Violet Center for Eco-Justice, learning more about their processes, and, more importantly, tasting their organic, locally grown vegetables, fruits and herbs, now actually enjoy eating fresh produce.... [more]

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