the farm

As a beginning farm we are only starting to scratch the surface of what farming means to us. Transparency is what it's all about. Transparency not only about our farming methods but also about our process, our product and our journey.

 

Even though the 2018-19 season will be our first time operating a commercial farm, we have been selling our produce to friends and family for the past two years and have received very positive feedback. We are farming about a quarter acre in our backyard where our main operation is based plus another acre at our neighbors place which they so generously let us use to support our farm. 

While we are not certified organic we use organic practices to grow all our food. We don't use synthetic pesticides or herbicides and only use organic products when we must. We create minimal disturbance to the soil where our food grows because we don't use tractors or large machinery to till the soil. All the food grown at our farm is the product of the hard work by the two farmers in charge. 

the farm

Our farm is located on the southern tip of South Florida. We have hot wet summers and cool dry winters, winter is our main growing season for vegetables and summer is our main season for tropical fruit. 

As a beginning farm we are only starting to scratch the surface of what farming means to us. Transparency is what it's all about. Transparency not only about our farming methods but also about our process, our product and our journey.

 

Even though the 2018-19 season will be our first time operating a commercial farm, we have been gardening and selling our produce to friends and family for the past three years and have received very positive feedback. We are farming about a quarter acre in our backyard where our main operation is based plus another acre at our neighbors place which they so generously let us use to support our growth. 

While we are not certified organic we use organic practices to grow all our food. We don't use synthetic pesticides or herbicides and only use organic products when we must. We strongly believe in soil fertility from within, which means nurturing and facilitating the natural process of soil biology because healthy soil grows healthy food. All the food grown at our farm is the product of the hard work by the two farmers in charge. 

the farmers

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We are Sarah Rotterman and Roberto Grossman, a couple that are passionate about nature and working towards a project that can make an impact in our lives and the community around us. Driven by an internal desire to create an environment and lifestyle that was right for us, a tiny farm grew organically in our backyard. The time building this project has showed us the immense values and rewards of smart farming.  

We believe that changing the way we eat and interacting with our food can change the way we interact with the planet. There is also something about going back to basics that appeals to our inner beings and what better way of going back to basics than to produce our own food?

We are so excited to be on this journey and we want to invite you to join us and walk the path along us, to support us so we can in turn support you and your families. 

Good food starts here.

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