Riehm Produce Farm
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If you want to support your local farm and eat healthy but cannot commit to a full farm share season, you can use the farm stand to purchase one time shares. Once you sign up, you’ll continue to receive notifications when we have one-time shares available.

About us

We are a sustainable farm using healthy growing practices with pick-up locations on our farm and several other sites. Rather than trust the unknown, our intention is for you to know Who Grew Your Food!
Riehm's is Where Food & Fun Begins!

Our farm sells what’s in season and fresh from the field. A large selection of vegetables and fruits. Riehm’s own frozen beef. In addition, other items provided through partnerships with local vendors.

Plan on being away?
We’ll be happy to put your weekly veggie box on hold when you drop us a note. Tell us your preference. Tell us to DONATE your share. Have a friend pick up your share. Tell us to put your CSA on HOLD and DOUBLE the following week. Tell us you want to PICK up your CSA on a different day & location.

Farm Happening (1st DELIVERY FALL/WINTER OUT OF 8)

Posted on October 29th 2019 by Diane Riehm

Watermelon and black radishes, YUM! Listen to the several ways on how to eat them.     Carflex cone is the sweetest lady among the cabbages. She has graceful curves, and silky smooth leaves. The flavor is mild, the texture is tender, and the taste is buttery sweet. Keep in the refrigerator, if the outer leaves turn brown just peel... read more »

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