At Green Canyon Farms, we believe everyone deserves safe, fresh food, (the day you pick it kind of fresh). We know when you wait until food is ripe and it’s ready to pick, that you will get the best flavor and nutrition. We love our customers and our relationships we’ve built through the years. We want the best for them and work hard so they can have the best.
We save about 70 percent of our water using drip irrigation, which also helps our plants to be healthier. Healthier plants are less prone to diseases and insects and also produce beautiful produce. We grow corn, tomatoes, watermelon, cantaloupe, cucumbers, zucchini and yellow squash, red beets, cabbage, onions, hot peppers, bell peppers, potatoes, berries, 8 varieties of winter squash, and 30 varieties of pumpkins. New this year, lettuce, spinach, and micro greens!
Visit us at our farm stands, subscribe to our weekly CSA box or find our seasonal produce in select grocery stores.
Can Be Found Here:
- Cache Valley Mall – 130 E. 1400 N. Logan UT
- Gateway Plaza- 169 N. Gateway Drive Providence UT
- Farm Roadside stand – 2297 N. 800 E. North Logan, UT
- Macey’s – Providence
- Lee’s Market Place – Logan & Smithfield
Fantastic produce! Best cantaloupe, watermelon, and corn I have ever had! Pumpkins are a fall tradition for us as well! Great people to work with!!!” – David Stott, Facebook Review
The best cantaloupe and cherry tomatoes I have had in years!!!” – Matt Bangerter, Facebook, Review
- 2299 N 740 E
- Logan, Utah 84341
- Message: email@example.com
Ron & Nancy Jensen
Farmers & Owners
Our family has been farming for many generations. It really is a ton of work, but when you give your heart and soul to something or to someone, it makes you love it or them even more.
We have given a lot to farming and family, which makes us love it and them even more. We have had great times and we have had devastating times which made us count on God to help us through it all. It’s what makes us who we are. We love people, we love our family and when we get together, we love to eat! That’s why we farm.