Find Us Out and About
You can purchase our produce at farmers markets, 2 local food coops, through our CSA program, and of course right here on the farm.
We are blessed to be centrally located between Cleveland and Columbus to be able to offer our produce to both of these communities. This relatively new market has a lot to offer from meats, cheeses, produce, and mushrooms. You can catch us in Westerville on the beautiful Otterbein campus every Saturday mid-May to mid-October, 9am-12pm.
We love being members of our local cooperative. It is a great place for food lovers in our home community to find our produce if you cannot make the commitment of joining our CSA. Local Roots is a year-round market selling locally made products ranging from meats, poultry, dairy, produce, syrups, hand-made body products and local art work. They also have a cafe, selling delicious meals from locally made goods made by local chefs. We sell our produce as well as Cameron's art work and herbal products throughout the growing season. Stop by for a visit, Monday–Friday 10am to 6pm and Saturday 10am to 5pm.
Ashland Roots Community Market
As we have recently moved into Ashland County an are now actually closer to Ashland than Wooster, we immediately set out to get involved in this new local cooperative which broke off from Local Roots to become it's own independent store. Since becoming involved, we have actually become board members. You can find our produce at Ashland Roots year round, open Monday through Saturday 9am-6pm.
Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is the best way to have a relationship with your local farmer while partaking in the seasonal bounty. Members purchase a "share" of our farm and each week we deliver freshly harvested in-season produce to our pickup locations in Wooster, Cleveland, Westerville, or at the farm. As well as our delicious produce, members will receive weekly recipes, farm updates and photos, farm tours, dinners, and of course the heartwarming feelings that come along with building community, eating healthy, and supporting local agriculture.