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Farm Stand

From May through October our farm stand is open with a variety of seasonal produce, herbs, and more!

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Our Products

We grow a diverse variety of produce and common culinary and medicinal herbs. In our herbal deliveries we provide goat milk soap, skin salves, tinctures, tonics, and other helpful oils.

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Contact Us

We love to hear from you. Visit our Contact Us page to learn how to reach us with your questions or comments!

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Serving the Cedar Valley and Northeast Iowa

Bridging Communities. Intentional Living. Nutrient Dense Food as Medicine. Good Stewards of the Creator’s Earth. Getting Hands and Feet Dirty. Empowerment and Compassion Driven. Contributing to the Cosmic Choir.

Welcome! We are a small produce operation with the aim to contribute to healthier lands and healthier people. Our farm is on the south edge of the small and pleasant town of Shell Rock, Iowa. Five miles from Waverly, and a twenty minute drive from the Cedar Falls and Waterloo area. Our love for delicious and wholesome food extends to the community through our 3 acres in production.

The heart of a quality meal comes from a diverse and nutrient dense selection of vegetables. That’s why we focus on vegetables. We also are expanding our growth in medicinal and culinary herbs. You can’t match the impact quality herbs to add flavor and depth to meals, and preventative health! Join us in our mission to be healthier and happier, and help our lands become healthier and happier.

Our produce is available through several outlets. We encourage you to visit our farm stand in Shell Rock, the Waverly Farmers Market, or you can find our products at Think well. Community Coffee in Waverly or at Hansen’s Dairy Outlet in Cedar Falls.

We invite you to follow our journey through our new blog, follow us on Facebook, or contact us at any time. We love hearing from you.

NO CSA DELIVERIES IN 2020
We are excited for the new season ahead of us and we want to keep you updated on some changes taking place. Overall, we were pleased with how the season went last year but now we need to concentrate on rebuilding our soil this coming year. Two thirds of our field will be put into a cover crop rotation for the whole season and we will be producing vegetables on what’s remaining. Since we won’t have as much space to grow on, we will not be doing any CSA deliveries this year. We are saddened to limit our outreach to the communities surrounding our area however, we will still be open for business in some other ways.