Farmers Market

High Ground Organics at the Mountain View Farmers Market

Sunday Is Market Day at Mt. View! We have been selling at the Mountain View Farmers’ Market for more than 10 years. We are there every Sunday rain or shine throughout the year. We love this opportunity to have face-to-face contact and feedback from our customers in the Mountain View area.

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Since we are primarily a CSA farm, we grow a very wide variety of vegetables and fruits for our customers. The Farmers’ Market and farmstand are a wonderful complement to our CSA harvests. While the CSA model allows us to harvest just the amount of produce we know we’re going to sell, we always need to plant more than we expect the CSA to use (to account for the variables that farming throws our way). Selling at a market gives us extra flexibility and helps us keep aware of what people like and don’t like.

This year at market we will offer an even wider variety of vegetables and fruits. Our new property has expanded our season earlier and later in the year and allows us to grow warmer summer crops as well as the cooler summer items we grow at our home farm.

Our organic Albion and Sweet Anne variety strawberries are always picked ripe and are our most popular farmers’ market item. We expect to have strawberries from March through October or November (weather willing) again this year. Blueberries are also coming in strong this year.

Here are some of the vegetables that we expect to bring to market this year: beans (green, yellow, romano), beets (red, gold, chioggia), bok choy, braising mix, broccoli, butternut squash, cabbage (green, red, and savoy), carrots, cauliflower (white, purple and orange), celery, chard (red, green, gold), cilantro, collards, cucumbers, dill, fennel, green onions, kale (green, lacinato, red russian), leeks, lettuce (red and green leaf, red and green butter, little gem, romaine), mei quin choi, potatoes (red, gold, purple, fingerling), onions, peppers (bell and padron), radishes, romanesco, salad mix, spinach, summer squash (cousa, three colors of patty pan, yellow crookneck, zucchini), tomatoes, turnips, and winter squash (many interesting types).

 

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SIGN UP FOR CSA PROGRAM

When you join our CSA, you sign up with the farm to receive a share of the harvest during our 36 week season from mid-March to mid-November. In return, you get a weekly box of organic vegetables and fruit (and optional flowers) delivered straight from our farm to a pick-up site in your neighborhood.

Signup for the CSA program >

View our CSA Members Page

This is where you can go to find out what's coming in your box each week, find recipes, identify your vegetables with pictures, and view or print the current and past newsletters. Check here for the information you need to use your box to the fullest.

Visit the CSA Members Page >

SIGN UP FOR CSA PROGRAM

When you join our CSA, you sign up with the farm to receive a share of the harvest during our 36 week season from mid-March to mid-November. In return, you get a weekly box of organic vegetables and fruit (and optional flowers) delivered straight from our farm to a pick-up site in your neighborhood.

Signup for the CSA program >

View our CSA Members Page

This is where you can go to find out what's coming in your box each week, find recipes, identify your vegetables with pictures, and view or print the current and past newsletters. Check here for the information you need to use your box to the fullest.

Visit the CSA Members Page >