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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.

Shasta County

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High Noon Beef Co.

Selling locally raised beef. Farm to Table, 100% grass-fed and finished, or grain finished beef.
They offer beef shares, beef boxes and individual cuts.

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Hooker Creek Farms

Hooker Creek Farm provides naturally-raised products. They offer honey, pasture-raised pork and poultry, and free-range duck eggs.

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Lavineyard Farms

A family-owned farm that sells honey and cooking lavender. No pesticides, herbicides, harmful chemicals or wasteful methods.

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Little Sprouts Micro Farm

Soil and sun-grown microgreens and edible blooms. Year-round microgreens available through subscriptions and retail locations.

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Marquez Bees

A small family-owned business that specializes in local Redding honey, bees, and pollination.


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Nash Ranch

A family owned and operated ranch specializing in pumpkins and squash. Also currently raising lambs.

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Neon Acres Farm

Neon Acres Farm is a market garden and farmstand with a mission to provide the community with the highest quality vegetables, using only natural practices, free of all chemicals.

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Oliview Farm

A small farm in Shasta County that grows food in the French Intensive Biodynamic method and offers CSA Farm Shares.

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Providence Garden of Hope

Providence Smart Farms and Gardens of Hope grow locally fresh veggies, fruit, herbs, and soil amendments.

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R&K Honeybees Studio

An apiary that provides bee-related products including honey which is sold at local farmers’ markets, retailers, and trade fairs.

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Sage Country Meats

Grass-fed certified beef, lamb, and pork raised with regenerative agricultural practices.


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Serendipity U-Pick Ranch

A U-Pick farm in Anderson featuring seasonal fruit like cherries, plums, peaches, figs, nectarines, apples, persimmons, and boysenberries.


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Disclaimer: Healthy Shasta does not endorse any of these products; we are providing a platform for our community to find local producers.