This small family-operated farm in Conneaut Lake grows a variety of seasonal produce. They utilize Eco-friendly means in their operation, including: crop rotations, low-till, and planting cover crops. No synthetic chemicals are used in their growing practices.
They grow arugula, beans, beets, carrots, cucumbers, eggplant, lettuce, melons, onions, okra, peppers, strawberries, tomatoes, and zucchini; these are just a sampling of the 25 various vegetables, plus flowers and herbs, grown on their farm.
Where to buy:
The Meadville Market House on Saturdays from 8 am- noon from May to November. They will be at other locations during the growing season; please check out their Facebook page for details. There will also have a produce stand at their Conneaut Lake farm during the Summer.
CSAs (Community-Supported Agriculture):
Available to folks who would like a pre-packaged weekly share of produce (these are prepaid for by May). Anyone interested in being a member can pick up their share during the growing season on Thursdays at the farm in Conneaut Lake or at The Meadville Market House on Saturdays. There is a limited delivery service available.
If you are interested in becoming a CSA member or just want more information, look them up on Facebook, email them at: firstname.lastname@example.org, or give them a call at (814) 282-2471.