Raven Rock Farm

Changes due to COVID-19: We are continuing with our 2020 growing plans. We will be seeding, planting, harvesting and loving the gardens, orchards and berry patches as usual. But the way we get our veggies to you will be changing.

Our Roadside Farm Stand has changed to an Online Store. After registering as a customer, you will be able to place an order during our open hours and make payment online, and choose either pickup or delivery.  We are also attending the Saturday Market. 

We have always taken cleaning and sanitizing very seriously. Staff who are sick stay at home. Packaging is not re-used. (By us. We hope you use it again if possible!) We have dedicated bins for harvesting and chilling produce.  Even though we may rinse some veggies with potable water, you should always wash your veggies at home - whether they’re from a farm or a store. We wash our hands countless times every day.

Growing food is essential, now more than ever. We encourage everyone to grow some of their own food if possible - a small garden, a patio planting or even growing sprouts inside. Growing is therapeutic; It reminds us of natural cycles and seasons, inspires our creative and nurturing sides, gives us purpose, and fills us with healthy, nourishing food. 

We already miss seeing you. While an Online Store fulfills the need for distancing to keep us all safe, it’s not the same as a hello or a hug. We hope that when you open up your order, the vitality of our produce communicates our care and intent - we love growing food for you. 

May you and your family stay safe and healthy.

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