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 Look for us in 2021 at our local

Coastside Farmer's Markets

  • Picked at optimal ripeness

  • Freshly harvested, just 1-2 days before you receive it

  • Peak nutritional value

  • Restorative, low-till agriculture

  • Sustainable farming methods for the highest quality food

  • Biologically alive soil filled with healthy microbes

  • Zero herbicides, not even organic ones, no spraying pesticides

  • Zero chemical fertilizers, zero GMOs

  • Plants and seeds are carefully chosen for flavor and vitality

  • Conscious farming by long-time meditators

  • Produce is grown here, at Ananda Valley Farm 

  • Unsold produce donated to non-profits 

Freshly harvested, just 1-2 days before 

We don't mean to brag, but we've heard from customers that our produce is absolutely the freshest they've ever tasted. We harvest 1 to 2 days before distributing.

Picked at optimal ripeness and nutritional value

We wait till the produce is at its peak of ripeness before picking, even if it would be more convenient to pick earlier. It's absolutely the best produce in the field at that time of year. This is high-nutrition food, filled with life-giving energy and vitality. 

Do you still offer CSA boxes?

We are not able to continue offering CSA boxes, but will instead focus on local farmers markets. So look for us at the Half Moon Bay Farmers Market and maybe the Pescadero one also. We very much enjoyed providing CSA boxes, but just couldn't make it work financially.

What do you grow?

 

  • Spring: Lettuce, Kale, Carrots, Cabbage, Sugar Snap Peas, Green and Red Chard, Radishes, Broccoli, and Beets
     

  • Summer: Green Beans, Cauliflower, Red Tomatoes, Sun Gold Tomatoes, Cucumbers, Summer Squash, Zucchini, Cauliflower, Bell Peppers, Kohlrabi, Green Onions, Chives (PLUS any or all of the spring veggies)
     

  • Fall: Winter Squash - such as Butternut, Acorn, and Delicata (PLUS any or all of the spring and summer veggies)

 

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Restorative, low-till agriculture

The soil on our farm is sandy loam, a gift we treasure. It's biologically alive with healthy microbes and earthworms that remain vibrant because of our low-till, permanent-bed farming methods. Most farms, even organic ones, use heavy tractor tillage and organic pesticides which reduce soil microbial life, hurts bees and other beneficial insects. We use zero pesticides, zero herbicides, not even organic ones. The life of our soil and the health benefits of our produce is too important to compromise.

If you come visit our farm, you can feel the life force in our soil and see the fields bursting with life. 

 

Farmed by loving hands and hearts

We work with and plant every seed and seedling by hand. Plants and seeds are chosen for flavor and vitality. Plants respond to the love we feel for them. You can taste it in the food. 

We grow our own produce

We are your local farmers. We work and grow all the produce on this beautiful property in Half Moon Bay. It offers the perfect environment, with cool moist mornings and sunny afternoons.

 

Conscious farming practices

Our managers and many of our volunteers are long-time meditators. There is a special joy in farming consciously, and the plants respond to the kindness and sensitivity of the farmers who work with them.

 

“The secret of improved plant breeding,
apart from scientific knowledge, is love.”

—Luther Burbank

 

 

 

TESTIMONIALS
 

“I was in awe of the bounty you produced this year.  Thank you so much for such a lovely CSA experience.  Several of my neighbors are also considering the CSA for next year after being gifted several weeks of our family box while we were out of town.  We will absolutely subscribe next year, too.”
—Laura E, Montara

 

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“We just picked up our first box, and happened to meet the farmer himself at the East West Bookstore. I think you and he both would have been amused to see us when we got home. My two little boys promptly starting eating everything straight from the box. Carrots, peas, and lettuce down the hatch, dirt and all. They were delighted with it all. Not their usual reaction to vegetables! They did eventually decide that chard, beets, and squash probably ought to be cooked first, which is good because I am looking forward to using those for dinner! Thanks again for sharing your magnificent produce with us.” 
—Holly B., Santa Clara

 

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“During the CSA season, my week of meals came right out of this box. I rarely had to buy any other vegetables. I'm finding CSA produce more delicious and vital than even the best store-bought produce. You can’t do any better than field to table in a few hours.”
—Asha P, Mountain View 

About Ananda Valley Farm


Ananda Valley Farm is nestled amongst hills and canyons on 67 acres of rich farmland just north of Half Moon Bay and two miles from the beach. This land has been lovingly farmed for more than 100 years. Water is available year-round from a mountain-top spring that Native Americans have long considered sacred.

 

Ananda Valley Farm is a 501(c)(3) organization. Donations are gratefully appreciated.

 

Ananda Valley Farm

1050 Frenchmans Creek Road

Half Moon Bay, CA  94019

(650) 246-9453

anandavalleyfarm@gmail.com

 

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