Local Farms and Markets

Crawford County has a rich agricultural history.  Our area farmers work hard day in and out to provide you with fresh produce and ethically raised livestock and poultry.  We want to help you find where to get products from these great local producers!

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.

Produce Available:
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: slproduce@zoominternet.net, or give them a call at (814) 282-2471.