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Angel's Organic Farm is a sustainable community of friends and neighbors committed to growing the highest quality, mineral rich produce available.
The Arivaca Community Garden produces fresh certified organic produce, which is distributed to the communities of Arivaca, Amado, and Green Valley.
Bee Heaven Farm grew out of a long-standing dream. For many years, living in a subdivision restricted us to a family garden, where we experimented with various plants and organic growing techniques suitable to our subtropical climate.
Berry Patch Farm, established in the early 1970s, grows strawberries, raspberries, vegetables, apples, and more. Berry Patch goodies are available directly from the farm, at markets, and through local CSAs.
Black River Organic Farm is a certified organic grower under the USDA. This means that we use specific growing methods and materials that minimize impacts to the environment and maximize our stewardship of the land and water.
The Center for Urban Agriculture at Fairview Gardens is an internationally respected model for small-scale urban food production, agricultural preservation, farm-based education and community supported agriculture ( CSA ) for Santa Barbara and Goleta.
Choice Earth and Pickle Creek Herbal Seedlings produces premium quality organic vegetable and herb seedlings.
In 1999, Angelic Organics Learning Center was established as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit educational organization and a partner to Angelic Organics farm.
Cultivating Impact, a program of the non-profit organization Collective Impact, is an organic produce farm located in Sonoma County that distributes produce locally in an effort to reduce food miles and improve community access to high quality food.
Doalnara Organic Farm, certified in 1995, grows magnificent organic produce using traditional, all natural methods.We strive to restore the soil, health and mind.