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Farmers Markets closed? no worries – we have your back!

Pop-up Fridays Farm Stand… Fresh fruits and vegetables play a huge role in staying healthy. Visit our farm stand to get freshly-harvested, certified organic veggies grown here in South Florida. Few hands have touched our produce, since it only makes…

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When is the store open? During CSA season (Nov-Apr): every other week from Monday afternoon until midnight In Summer (May-Sep): weekly (or every other week, depending on what’s ripening) from Monday afternoon though Tuesday night. New to us? When you…

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New to Community-Supported Agriculture? Before you sign up, please read the online brochure, farm policy, and the FAQs, and peruse the newsletter archive to familiarize yourself with our program. These should answer all your questions, including share sizes and composition…

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Market Schedule

* UPDATED * Farm stand open every Friday 2 pm-6 pm through May 1 and possibly later. Join our mailing list to stay up to date – Friday market emails go out Thursday evening.


Find us at selected special events * SUSPENDED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE *  throughout the area and on 2nd Sundays through May at the Taste of Redland (TOR) Market Sundays.

December – April is South Florida’s vegetable harvest season. We have a broad selection of FRESH*LOCAL*ORGANIC produce from our farmer network.

May – September is the summer season, featuring Redland-Raised, certified organic or pesticide-free tropical vegetables and fruits, plus value-added farm products and our famous Rachel’s Eggs.

SNAP with FAB incentives!

You SNAP/we MATCH. We accept SNAP/EBT benefits (food stamps) and double your buying power with UNLIMITED matching through August for SNAP purchases up to $40 each day with Fresh Access Bucks.   Use your FAB incentives to buy Florida-grown fresh fruits & veggies and edible plants, onsite or at participating local farmers markets ….and did you know? you can also buy seeds and food plants with your SNAP benefits!


Organic Farming & Sustainable Agriculture: Preserving Our Future Here in South Florida, our subtropical climate enables us to grow many tropical varieties of fruits, vegetables, herbs, and edible flowers quite successfully. The high humidity and warm climate present unique disease… Read more



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