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Earth Healthy

Farm & Ranch in Desoto - 3.16 mi

Earth Healthy is a family farm in Desoto, Texas that promotes urban farming and gardening. Ensuring access to fresh and healthy food in a sustainable environment. They have a multi-greenhouse complex, committed to the concept of growing organically close to home. They also grow their own soil through a composting and vermiculture process. The owners believe in Will Allen's Growing Power concept. This concept makes them a part of ''the Good Food Revolution that changes how we grow, distributes and eats food so that the process is healthier for the people and the planet". Their two-acre farm consists of 4 hoop houses with one aquaculture system.

Urban Dallas Farm and Rabbitry

Farm & Ranch in Fredericksburg - 3.35 mi

Urban Dallas Farm and Rabbitry is an urban farm/community garden in Dallas that practices vermiculture. Aside from rabbits (as stated in their name) they also raise chickens, ducks, quails, and a variety of vegetables! If you're in the big city and you want to try your hand at growing your own veggies (with a little bit of help of course) then reach out to them and reserve a garden plot today! They also plan to hold classes on how to start your own garden so check out their social media page today!

Grand Prairie Microgreens

Farm & Ranch in Grand Prairie - 8.53 mi

Grand Prairie Microgreens is a farm that grows 100% organic microgreens, fruits, vegetables, and herbs to the local community at large. Moreover, the owner, Chef Steven Hodge, is a local DFW entrepreneur and knows microgreen farming. Also, their products are in a controlled environment away from harmful elements. They go under sterile methods to prevent bacteria, mold, and fungus from occurring during the entire process. Through this practice, you can assure their product is fresh, clean, and ready for consumption. They are ready-to-eat, either at home or in a restaurant. A delighted customer said, "Healthier choice and a great alternative to mature plants."

Texas Fungus

Farm & Ranch in Arlington - 8.75 mi

Very few businesses challenge the comfort level of consumers and introduce change. At Texas Fungus, it is not just a matter of making a radical change just to appear hip, cool, or current. Texas Fungus understands the difficulty and apprehension of those who don't know how to cook and eat mushrooms, so they are encouraging these people not just to explore but most importantly to learn more about an important and healthy food source there is today! So start cooking and eating mushrooms today!

We Over Me Farm

Farm & Ranch in Dallas - 9.40 mi

We Over Me Farm started out as the initiative of Paul Quinn College when they converted its football field into a farm.  This farm is used to provide "learning tool" for their students, of which 15% of their produce is donated.  This project has two goals.  First is "to transform the health and well-being of under-resourced communities in Southern Dalls by providing fresh, health, affordable food options."  Their other goal is to educate and empower future generations "to take better care of themselves, their environments, and their communities."  Some of their produce include shoots, microgreens, herbs, garlic, onions, leeks, radishes, turnips, carrots, tomatoes, peppers, and okra.
 

Promise of Peace Garden

Farm & Ranch in Dallas - 9.81 mi

The Promise Peace Garden in Dallas, Texas, is in the business of transforming vacant places into a flourishing one. They help people to increase healthy lifestyles, school success, and altering perspectives. Also, the Promise Peace Garden is a nonprofit solution for stagnate circumstances in urban communities. Moreover, they provide fresh, clean food that everyone will enjoy! The farm wants to ensure that everyone in the city will have clean, locally sourced food on their platter. One of their clients says, “The Promise of Peace Garden is such a wonderful, thoughtful way to introduce gardening to children. Also, it has a wonderful organization with a refreshing and authentic mission!” Lastly, It is their mission to educate people and contribute to a better tomorrow, and to provide beautiful fresh food.

Braga Farms

Farm & Ranch in Irving - 10.51 mi

Indulge in the delightful offerings of Braga Farms, featuring scrumptious microgreens, flavorful pesto, aromatic herbs, and unique crafts. Owner Jefferson Severino Braga passionately cultivates these plants using a natural approach, employing organic pest control methods and eco-friendly weed management techniques such as mulching, tillage, and tarping. The soil is enriched solely with organic amendments like compost, mulch, and natural fertilizers. With nearly 1 acre of land, Braga Farms cultivates forty-five plant species, available throughout the seasons. Experience the rave-worthy pesto and microgreens by visiting them at St. Michael's Farmers Market on Saturdays or the Dallas Farmers Market on Sundays. Don't miss out!

Ross’ Rowdy BeesNo Own Retail Location

Farm & Ranch in Addison - 10.74 mi

Ross’ Rowdy Bees, which is located in Addison, Texas, is a family business specializing in local Texas honey. They also sell all-natural beeswax products. And if you want a beehive relocated but are afraid to do it yourself, you can contact Ross’ Rowdy Bees. They will send specialists who can get the job done with no injuries to people or bees. You can also count on them to help you with any needs or concerns regarding hive management or if you need beekeeping courses. If you want to start your own bee colony by purchasing a 5-frame Nuc (an established bee colony) or a 10-frame singles (which includes the brood, a queen bee, and bees in a single deep 10 frame).    

Bonton Farms

Farm & Ranch in Dallas - 10.82 mi

Situated south of Dallas, Bonton Farms encompasses 40 acres of fertile land. Their diverse offerings include goats, beehives, and free-range chickens, providing a bountiful supply of milk, honey, and fresh eggs. Committed to community well-being, the farm not only provides nutritious food but also offers essential services such as health guidance, nutritional counseling, and engaging cooking classes. To foster connections between Bonton and Dallas communities, Bonton Farms has recently launched the vibrant Bonton Market. This welcoming space serves as a hub where people can dine, converse, and shop, fostering community bonds. If you're passionate about supporting this cause, you can visit the market in person or explore the range of merchandise available on their website. Join the movement and make a difference through Bonton Farms.

Rubio’s Produce at Dallas Sweet Harvest

Farm & Ranch in Dallas - 10.98 mi

Rubio's Produce at Dallas Sweet Harvest gives the community the chance to stock up "weekly for fresh vegetables, fruit, nuts & local honey."  Offering "great food, great deals," they are "MORE than generous" and "always have great prices."  Some of their items for sale include apples, mangoes, watermelons, tomatoes, peaches, juices and even plants!

Thompson Produce

Farm & Ranch in Dallas - 11.06 mi

Thompson Produce has "the best dried fruits, nuts and honey". Their "Amaretto, Cinnamon and piña colada" can become a "favorite" among all their "flavored pecans". With an "awesome customer service", you will find them selling at the "Dallas Farmer's Market". Specializing in Pecans, they have fresh shelled and in-shell nuts. They also offer homestyle jams and relishes as well as dried fruits and nut mixes and local honey too. They have been selling for over 50 years at the Dallas Farmer's Market.

F.A.R.M. Urban Park

Farm & Ranch in Dallas - 11.37 mi

F.A.R.M. Urban Park is a 501c3 veterans organization that assists veterans in finding opportunities in agriculture. F.A.R.M. Urban Park is located in Dallas, Texas. The acronym explains what they do: Farmers Assisting Returning Military. We've all heard of stories about how difficult it is for soldiers returning from overseas deployment. Many of them find a hard time fitting in. They have a hard time adjusting to civilian life. Many of them have problems like PTSD. Introducing them to farming helps them in many ways. It is therapeutic. It also gives them a sense of purpose and belonging. Lastly, it gives them an opportunity for a new livelihood and source of income.  

Deep Ellum Urban Gardens

Farm & Ranch in Dallas - 11.42 mi

Deep Ellum Urban Gardens, in Dallas, Texas, is a community garden in Deep Ellum. This is a project of the Deep Ellum Community Association. The people behind Deep Ellum Urban Gardens wanted to provide opportunities for people to grow food for themselves. Growing gives them the opportunity to be active and avoid a sedentary lifestyle. Another benefit from this is allowing the people to get to know each other. So far, they have grown peppers, tomatoes, basil, and eggplants. It is a common sight to see gardeners and volunteers tending to the garden, especially on a beautiful, sunny day.

Hidden Honey Farm

Farm & Ranch in Waxahachie - 11.44 mi

Tim and Dixie Norwood are the heart of Hidden Honey Farm. Since 2010, they've transformed their 10-acre haven, expertly relocating unwanted bees and nurturing them on their beautiful property. With over 54 beehives, they yield exquisite honey. Amidst beekeeping, they cultivate heirloom tomatoes, melons, squash, peppers, and strawberries, while offering chicken and duck eggs. Homemade delicacies like apple butter, peach ice cream, and pumpkin ice cream enrich their offerings. Savor the goodness of fresh produce, eggs, and honey, a sentiment echoed by a delighted customer.

Ten Mile Farm

Farm & Ranch in Lancaster - 11.78 mi

Ten Mile Farm is a small, family-owned farm located just outside the city limits of Lancaster, Texas. Producing "breed Barred Rocks, Rhode Island Reds, Silver-Laced Wyandottes, and Easter Eggers". They also breed "Nigerian Dwarf goats" and offer kids for adoption into good homes every year. This goat generally has a charming disposition, are much smaller than standard breeds, and thus make excellent pets. They also "produce delicious and healthy milk". It can be drunk raw and "use it to make unbelievably good homemade ice cream". For their chickens, they allow them to range freely. They feed them with premium, all-natural feed. Researchers say that this healthy diet helps "produce eggs that are lower in cholesterol".

Big Tex Urban Farms

Farm & Ranch in Addison - 12.04 mi

Big Tex Urban Farms is proof that initiatives meant to help the people and the community are always a great idea. Big Tex Urban Farms is an urban agriculture project located at the State Fair of Texas Midway in Fair Park. This project started in 2016. In 2020, Big Tex Urban Farms harvested and donated more than 26,000 pounds of food. This is equivalent to 295,000 servings of fresh produce. Nine organizations in the Fair Park and South Dallas communities benefited from the donations made by Big Tex Urban Farms. These organizations work to fight hunger and food insecurity in Texas.

Restorative Farms

Farm & Ranch in Dallas - 12.46 mi

Restorative Farms aims to "foster a vibrant and viable community-based urban farm system in South Dallas". The people that created Restorative Farms believes that this can help the people and the community, especially those who need fresh food and employment or livelihood. They already have completed several projects. Right now, they are selling GroBox, a starter kit for those who want to try their hand in growing vegetables. It comes with instructions and it is very easy to use. They all sell starter plants. You get to pick which plant you want to grow. Restorative Farms is located in Dallas, Texas.

Growzone Farm LLCNo Own Retail Location

Farm & Ranch in Midlothian - 12.73 mi

We are delighted to welcome you as the newest member of the GrowZone Farms family! As a valued subscriber, you are now part of a community committed to savoring the freshest and most delightful produce directly from our sustainable and innovative farms. At GrowZone Farms L.L.C, we firmly believe in the ability of nature to provide nourishment. Our goal is to cultivate a diverse array of organic fruits, vegetables, and herbs that not only nourish your body but also uplift your soul. From the very beginning to the final harvest, we utilize state-of-the-art techniques to ensure the highest quality and flavor, all while being mindful of our impact on the environment.

East Dallas Community Garden

Farm & Ranch in Dallas - 13.06 mi

Established in 1987, the East Dallas Community Garden has thrived in Texas for over thirty years. Led by refugees from Cambodia and Bhutan, this unique garden receives mentorship from anthropologist Don Lambert, who assists with technical and legal aspects of community gardening. Nestled among apartments and businesses on Fitzhugh Avenue, it stands out as one of the area's most productive and vibrant green spaces. With a diverse range of vegetables, educational opportunities, and plant sales, the garden offers a complete experience for visitors. Additionally, they sell their fresh produce on specific days and times, so stay updated by following them on Facebook.

Storm Farms

Farm & Ranch in Arlington - 13.86 mi

Johanna Storm's passion for urban farming and horticulture led to the establishment of Storm Farms. Since September 2016, Storm Farms has been the sole pick-your-own farm in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. Johanna sees the farm as an opportunity to educate people, especially young children, about food origins and the importance of knowing that it doesn't grow in Walmart. Visitors can enjoy a varied selection of seasonal produce, with fresh strawberries and pumpkins being the farm's mainstays. Storm Farms prides itself on using pesticide-free farming practices, providing a pure and natural experience. With just water and sunblock, visitors can fully immerse themselves in the farm's offerings. Discover the joy of Storm Farms, where dreams come to life and nature's wonders are at your fingertips. From educating visitors about food origins to providing a delightful pick-your-own experience, Storm Farms offers a unique opportunity to connect with nature in the heart of Dallas/Fort Worth. With a commitment to pesticide-free farming and a focus on fresh strawberries and pumpkins, this farm is a haven for those seeking a wholesome and authentic experience. Bring your water and sunblock and embrace the beauty of Storm Farms.

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