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1357 Valleyview Rd, Bulger, PA
Rivendale Farms is a diversified farm growing with organic practices in Robinson Township, PA, approximately 20 miles from downtown Pittsburgh. The farm consists of approximately 8 acres in mixed vegetables, wheat, herbs, and flowers. The farm also includes Jersey dairy cows and a flock of free-range laying hens as well as mushrooms, honey, and maple syrup production. Entering our third year of CSA on the farm, we prioritize a diverse mixture of high quality organically grown produce. We are excited to make strong and lasting connections with customers in the Pittsburgh area. Thanks for considering a CSA membership from Rivendale Farms.read more
Cherry Valley Organics, located in Washington County just 20 miles from downtown Pittsburgh, is a USDA certified organic farm, producing a high diversity of agricultural products, including vegetables, specialty greens, mushrooms, herbs, and cut flowers. In addition, we offer potted plants, herbal teas, and herbal bath & body products, all of which are grown or hand-made at the farm.
Originally founded by Jodi Danyo in 2001, Cherry Valley Organics has recently become a collaboration of growers (including Allie Logue and Jessie Weiss) who love producing high quality organic products for our Pittsburgh communities. You can find our products at the Sewickley Farmer’s Market on Saturday (April through November), and at local restaurants, florists, and specialty shops. This year we are excited to offer a farm share of fresh, organic produce delivered conveniently to your neighborhood!read more
The Guild of St. Fiacre is Micro-Urban Farm established in Carnegie, PA (about 10 minutes outside Pittsburgh) that aims to provide healthy and nutritious vegetables to the surrounding community through natural farming methods.read more
Harvest Valley Farms believes in growing the highest quality product using the least amount of chemical pesticides and synthetic fertilizers necessary. These applications are greatly reduced by the long-term process of building the soil structure. Art, Larry, and David have found that building the soil structure by the use of green manure, organic material amendments, wet lime, crop rotation, heavy mulching, and less tillage, can reduce pesticide and fertilizer use by about 60 percent. In addition to proper soil maintenance, HVF believes that overall diversity and local sales are extremely important in order to sustain a good community economy.read more