Growing high quality healthy produce for your family on our 4th generation Cache Valley farm.
Borksi Farm and CSA located in Kaysville, Utah.
Year Round CSA with home delivery. We deliver the farmer's market to your door. Monthly Memberships available no long term commitment required. Everything grown or produced in Utah.
A nonprofit organization with a 1 1/2 acre garden used to grow food, kids, and community!
We provide humanely raised, pastured pork and grass-finished beef, organic vegetables, and all natural goat products. We also host educational and entertainment experiences in a setting that brings culture, families, and farm activities together. These activities include riding lessons, sustainable farming activities for children, and fun with our exceptionally friendly goats. We also have a farm store, a CSA, and grounds for children's groups including lawns with picnic tables.
Grower of local fresh fruits and vegetables, and maker of quality jams, jellies and salsas – enjoy farm fresh products offered in our CSA shares, or visit our community farmers market and fruit stands.
Providing Park City with organically grown produce and cut flowers through our CSA, on-site Farm Stand, and local restaurants.
A true family farm and CSA in Vernon Utah - offering grass fed beef, pork, and pastured raised chicken and turkey. Enjoy our eggs as well.
The USU Student Organic Farm is a student run farm and CSA. The farm provides an opportunity for students to acquire the many skills critical to creating a successful market or backyard garden. The farm produce is sold on campus every week, and through our CSA share program. Proceeds go to support the student farm in terms of operating expenses, equipment purchases and student internships.
Adam's Heirlooms is an Urban Grower in Midvale, Utah that only grows Heirloom Produce. That means not only great Heirloom Tomatoes, but heirloom greens, heirloom carrots, heirloom eggplant, and so much more.
Forget the bread, just hand me a spoon. Anybody else a fan of this #rural #utah product? Bonus points if you can read where it's made...