Their mission is to share a bountiful harvest with a community of supporters who value real food, the environment, health and eco-positive, sustainable agriculture.
In early 2006 Grant acquired Heirloom from founder Stuart Dickson. Heirloom Organics uses a combination of organic and Biodynamic practices to grow an assortment of vegetables and herbs. Grant is committed to flavor, freshness, organics, and genetic preservation.
Each year, Heirloom grows over 100 varieties of vegetables, herbs and fruit.
Pasture raised eggs and meats are healthier and taste better, and a farmer like Lisa makes them even a little bit more special with her great care and compassion.
Every carton of Lisas handwashed, hand packed eggs contains a beautiful rainbow of brown, blue, white and green shells.
On their 50 acres in San Juan Bautista, they grow cool season crops such as lettuce and cabbage, and on 200 acres near Hollister grow hot season crops such as sweet corn, bell peppers, garlic and onions.
A pioneering organic farmer in the Bay Area, Phil sets the bar for sustainable practice with his use of solar energy, bio-fuels, compost and fair labor.