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1357 Valleyview Rd, Bulger, PA
Rivendale Farms is a newly operational 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, sheep, and a flock of free-range laying hens as well as mushrooms, honey, and maple syrup production. Entering our second 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
North of Pittsburgh in New Bethlehem, Pa, you'll find WHO COOKS FOR YOU FARM nestled in the Mahonning River Valley. Our family farm will be 10 this year! That's 10 years of delivering the freshest most nutritious produce from our farm to the Pittsburgh dinner table. Over the years, we've proven you can trust us to consistently bring a beautiful diversity of certified naturally grown vegetables, fruits, and herbs for your families' needs.
We love what we do! Each box we deliver is a celebration of the season. To us, CSA is more than growing food. It's about respecting the rhythms of nature. It's about taking care of our families. It's about loving where we all live. We look forward to growing for you and your family for the 2018 season. And remember, if you're asked who your farmers are, be sure to tell them, "My farmers are Chris and Aeros".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