Local Farms and Food
Welcome to the Healthy Shasta Local Farms and Food listing. Here you can find a community resource of local producers in Northern California.
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Churn Creek Meadow Organic Farm
A small family farm that grows 100% Certified Organic Produce with no toxic chemicals, pesticides, herbicides, or fertilizer. The farm also produces beef without the use of antibiotics and grows several varieties of organic grapes.View Website
Clay Farms is a regenerative market garden specializing in gourmet produce. They grow seasonal items like gourmet mushrooms, microgreens, customized lettuce mix, herbs, root vegetables, and seasonal flowers.View Website
Cottonwood Roots Custom Beef
Locally raised cattle. They offer the service of finishing cattle and setting up the harvest and process of the animal.View Website
Fall River Wild Rice
A family-owned and operated wild rice company. A family of growers that formed a cooperative with one aim: the natural cultivation of wild rice-a native North American grain.View Website
A family farm based in Palo Cedro that sells pasture-raised poultry, and pasture-raised chicken and duck eggs.View Website
Grass Fed Pork Farm
Free-range grass-fed Heritage pork breeds, Glouchester Old-Spot and Kunekune.
Their distinct flavors come from eating mostly grass and forages on a 100+ acre Northern California ranch.
Email: GRASSFEDPIG@GMAIL.COMEmail Vendor
Happy Time Gardens
Microgreens grown indoors, using hydroponics, on 100% natural hemp matting. Available through subscriptions, farmers’ markets, and possible delivery.View Website
Happy Valley Fresh Fruit
Happy Valley Fresh Fruit helps local farmers to harvest, market, and distribute quality fresh fruit throughout the North State to schools and stores. Primarily wholesale, but they will sell to the public depending on the harvest, amounts needed, and the season.View Website
Lambs raised on alfalfa, wet corn, oats, barley, mixed with molasses, pasture grass, and well water. No hormones or chemicals are used in the raising of their lambs!View Website