Welcome to J.E. Perry Farms. Located on the corner of highway 84 and Ardenwood Blvd. in Fremont at East Bay Regional Park ï¿½s, Ardenwood Regional Preserve. Joseph Perry has been farming in the Fremont, Newark area all his life and has been a certified organic farmer through CCOF since 1990. Our organic farm produces an abundant variety of vegetables at affordable prices without the use of potentially harmful pesticides, offering a healthy alternative for our customers in a time of rising medical costs.
Come see us at the farmers market. We carry a wide variety organic fruits and vegetables at very reasonable prices. A very peaceful shopping environment.
J. E. Perry Farms is known to many school children throughout the Bay Area during the month of October. Our hay wagons can be seen full of young riders Monday thru Friday throughout the month for their annual field trip to learn about the different organically grown crops first hand. Our field trips are geared toward pre-school through first grade. Our Organic Farm is a great place for the entire family on afternoons and weekends. Enjoy the beauty of the farm while picking out the freshest produce for you and your family to take home.
We also offer "Heritage Breeds", "Heirloom Varieties"
Yes we do offer Farm Tours. Please contact Doug Perry at (510)791-0340
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Schedule and Location:
PLEASANTON FARMERS MARKET EVERY SATURDAY --- 9:00am to 1:00pm
NEWPARK MALL FARMERS MARKET EVERY SUNDAY
We often fill up 4 large bags with yummy fresh organic veggies for under $30! There are animals and lots of fun activities for kids on the historic farm.
It's right off the freeway, and you can hit it on your way home if you work in the Silicon Valley and live in the East Bay.
I love the assortment of lettuce that farmer Joe grows.... [more]
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I stop by this farmstand to buy produce after work since I work at a nearby building. This is a really convenient place to shop. It's never too crowded, and I can go here any day of the week (not have to wait for the weekly farmers market).... [more]