Harmony Hill is a family farm located in rural Orange County, North Carolina. The Tate family has lived and worked this area for more than 200 years. Roger and his father transitioned from tobacco to hay and then grass fed beef several years ago. Harmony Hill has grown wonderful produce for the family's table for years and now the Tate family would love to share their local harvest with others through the start of a CSA.

Our vegetables are grown using methods that are environmentally conscious. Through the use of organic inputs, crop rotation and integrated pest management we work to give back to the earth and soil as it gives us amazing produce!

Our seed choices are heirloom whenever possible. We are still experimenting with the best varieties for our area while also discovering how best to support the individual growth needs of each vegetable and fruit!

The Tate Farm also boards horses. We have trails for hiking and horseback riding pleasure and can often be found at Back Creek snapping pictures of the latest nature amazements once the day's work is complete!

Listing last updated on Nov 19, 2010

Harmony Hill Farm invites you to join our upcoming CSA this spring! We are excited about our new venture and look forward to sharing our harvest with others! You can find us on Facebook or feel free to call or email.

Season:  April through October

Type:  single farm

# of Shares:  10

Share Prices:  Full share - $500/year - guaranteed 24 weeks of produce Half share - $250/year - guaranteed 24 weeks of produce

Work Req?  No

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Certainly no bad things to say about food from harmony hills. High quality and natural growing methods, I expect only the best and they deliver, keep up the good work!

I love everything at Harmony Hill! I'm thrilled to have the opportunity to be part of the CSA. All their meat and produce is fabulous and grown with love and integrity.

This summer we got a lot of produce form Harmony Hill Farm. Everything was delicious. The kids love going out to the farm. They have great service and great veggies.... [more]

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