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We are now accepting intern applications for the 2014 growing season.
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Registration for 2014 is now open!
Those who were members during the 2013 main season, or who are current winter CSA members, may register by logging in and clicking on the "Join" link. New members must create an account prior to registration.
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Living Hope Farm is...
CERTIFIED NATURALLY GROWN (Chemical / Pesticide Free)
  • Farm Market
  • Community Supported Agriculture
Any produce we offer is grown from non-GMO seed using chemical free, pesticide free - non-synthetic methods and sustainable practices.
Take note...
Our Farm Market Stand is closed at the road and will reopen in May or early June indoors in our share room. Anyone, not just members, may shop in our market for pastured eggs, produce from the fields, jarred goods, and more. Look for our early organic strawberries to be found in our market as well as those tasty sugar snaps, snow peas, and tender lettuces. If you want to be sure not to miss out on the many offerings that can be found in our fields - consider becoming a member for a full 24 weeks and receive a share of regularly harvested chemical free produce - all grown on our farm!! Follow our webpage and facebook as we post our date to reopen in the spring and for our mid-winter market sales inside our shareroom.
Learn more...
...by following us on Facebook, and by reading our FAQ Page, Harvest Expectations, and Member Handbook.
Our goals...
As a non-profit organization, Living Hope Farm desires to create communities within a community. We are committed to offer educational opportunities, job and leadership training, and are dedicated to the process of engaging others on the farm and in the market place to reach under served communities and their neighborhoods. We grow with the intent to donate a portion of our produce to local food banks, Bridge of Hope, and families in our local school system.