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3 Squares Produce

Family Farm

3 Squares Produce is a small family farming operation in Davis and Salt Lake counties. We grow fruits and vegetables naturally, meeting or exceeding organic standards. We grow on nearly 10 acres, spread over two counties and nine separate plots of land. We have two very small orchards in Davis County, two vegetables fields in West Valley City, in Salt Lake County, and five private residential gardens in Salt Lake County. We also have a small orchard and CSA in Bountiful, Utah—the last orchard on Orchard Drive.

We make the most out of a small amount of land using vertical growing techniques and concentrated plantings. Wonderful Utah peaches are available mid-August through mid-September. We also grow cherries, apples, tomatoes, peppers, summer and winter squash, garlic, onions, potatoes, melons, kale, spinach, salad greens, beets, and more. Choose local and taste the difference with 3 Squares Produce.

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Reviews

Thank you for such a great CSA and the delicious fruit! I’m not sure we can ever get enough! Your fruit is amazing

Lisa Cloyd,

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Salt Lake City, UT

  • 623 Coatsville Ave.
  • Salt Lake City, UT 84105
  • 801-243-2801

Ralph Larsen
Founder

Ralph Larsen has been farming the same ground in Bountiful, Utah since his parents moved there in 1938. Except for a couple of years during the Korean War, Ralph has been around for every planting and every harvest. He planted every tree in the small orchard, all the grapevines that line the fences and arbor, and he has planted just about every vegetable that grows in Utah at one time or another during his life.

Shirley Larsen manages the list of annual customers for peaches, pears, and apples. She also takes orders for canning quantities of tomatoes, green beans, and other vegetables. Kari Cutler and Jack Wilbur spend time helping at the farm in Bountiful. They also grow intensively in small backyard settings in Salt Lake City. Along with growing a large variety of flowers and ornamental plants for personal enjoyment, Kari specializes in growing herbs such as sweet basil, thyme, oregano, sage, mint, burnett, and tarragon. She has also been growing heirloom tomatoes, peppers, squash, and other summer crops for several years. Jack increased production in 2009 at home and in Bountiful of heirloom tomatoes to commercial levels large enough to supply up to two farmers markets a week.