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Please visit www.foggyriverfarm.org for our full farm website.

Our little postage-stamp of a farm is called Foggy River Farm.

She sits on 3 acres of the floodplain of the Russian River, down the road from the towns of Windsor and Healdsburg in Northern California’s beautiful Sonoma County. The winters are rainy, the summers are hot, and 9 out of 10 mornings come with fog. Oh, and we’re surrounded by vineyards.

We run a CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) Program

  • Weekly veggie boxes for Healdsburg and Windsor area residents! It has been delightful to get to feed so many wonderful people on a weekly basis. Our CSA runs from May to November (see www.foggyriverfarm.org for details).

From May to Novermber, we’re also in market season at…

And we sell to…

  • Several local caterers and restaurants
  • And you can check us out on the Fork & Shovel website, which is a new organizations with the purpose of linking Sonoma County chefs with local farmers
10 Comments leave one →
  1. Mark permalink
    September 2, 2008 9:29 am

    Hey! I am an organic farmer from Sacramento, but am originally from Sonoma County and am here visiting for a week. Is there any way I could come check out your farm?

    Thanks!

  2. Ryan S permalink
    November 26, 2008 2:56 pm

    Very cool! I would definitely love to participate when you guys get started so please shoot me an email.

  3. Jeremy permalink
    March 2, 2009 1:36 pm

    Hello,

    I’m interested in the weekly pickup/order you described above and I would like to be added to your e-mail list.

    Thank you,

    Jeremy J.

  4. Courtney Everett permalink
    May 20, 2009 7:54 am

    I am currently living in SF working for MyFarm, a decentralzed urban farm. It is an amazing new company that will surely revolutionize the way urban dwellers get their food. We grow organic veggies in peoples backyards and distrbute a city-wide CSA. I currently manage 15 farms and run a side business doing native landscaping.
    I have farming experience, rural and urban. But I am looking to leave the city and work on a larger more established farm to gain more proper knowledge on organic farmng. Backyards just aren’t cutting it : )
    I am willng to relocate and would love to chat if you have any open positions at your farm.

    Thank you,

    Courtney

  5. September 10, 2010 9:31 am

    Just linked over here from huff po to say hi.

    Best wishes.

  6. Marina permalink
    September 11, 2010 8:36 pm

    Hi I would like to be part of your CSA but we are out in Guerneville, we can pick up in Healdsburg or Windsor, can you provide me with more info? Thanks!

    • September 13, 2010 11:39 am

      Absolutely! I’ll forward your email address over to Emmett and he can send you an application with the details. The farm might actually be closest to you… We’re on Eastside Road (just a few houses away from a Forestville address) and if you take River Road it’s a pretty quick trip. Plus, then you get to enjoy some extra benefits… like as many cherry tomatoes as you can pick off the vine.

  7. Deborah Evans permalink
    February 29, 2012 2:49 pm

    Just finished your book, Thanks so much for writing it. I love the way he proposed, what a creative guy. A little slow (4 years?) but very creative and romantic. In the long run thats what counts. If we get back to Calif. we will be sure to come visit the farm.

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