Our mission is to cultivate sustainable produce, using biodynamic and regenerative practices and provide affordable locally sourced food options to our community. Our goal is to share the experience of local farming with our community by connecting and educating people through our food.
Casperville Creations is nestled along the Provo River about 45 minutes outside of Salt Lake City, Utah. We have worked hard to update the land to create a sustainable, bio diverse homestead that our community has enjoyed sharing with us. Our homestead continues to evolve and we encourage you to learn with us.
Currently our farm offers a 16-week CSA Share. Most weeks you will receive six to nine items: one or more types of greens, either for salads and/or cooking. You will also typically receive other recognizable staples such as radishes, beets, carrots, and garlic, as well as fresh herbs. Other items are highly seasonal: peas, beans, broccoli, tomatoes, cucumbers, peppers, cabbage, potatoes and winter squash. Our farm also offers add-on options like eggs, goat milk soap, fresh flowers and a chance to attend our annual garden party dinner.
Can Be Found Here:
- Casperville Creations Farm
- Midways Farmers Market
- Mountain Wellness Bar
Heber City, Utah
- 1370 Casperville Rd
- Heber City, Utah 84032
- Message: firstname.lastname@example.org
Owner & Farmer
My travels and outdoor experiences have helped to foster my interest in food sourcing and production. More importantly, I noticed a distinct change in how I felt when I sourced my food locally. My energy level, sleep, ability to focus and digestive function all had noticeable improvements. I began attending conferences and researching sustainable gardening practices. During that time, I found the opportunity to purchase my own land, and began to create a community driven biodiverse sustainable market garden. Through this, Casperville Creations was born. Caspervillle Creations is now registered with the Utah Department of Agriculture and Food, The United States Department of Agriculture and is a member of the Utah’s community conservation program.