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Faircrest Farms

Ogden-based urban regenerative produce farm

Faircrest Farms is an Ogden-based urban farm that sells organic produce following permaculture principles. Faircrest Farms grows and creates nature-inspired products and experiences.

We use naturally derived ingredients to supplement the soil and fortify our plants against plant disease and pest attack. We hope to work with nature to produce the healthiest food possible.



Carrots, Beets, Broccoli, Squash (Summer and Winter), Cucumbers, Tomatoes, Peppers, Beans (Green, Long, Purple), Rhubarb, Turnips, Radishes, Onions (Bunching)

Salad Greens – Lettuce, Kale, Arugula, Bok Choy, Spinach

Herbs – Cilantro, Dill, Sage, Parsley, Thai Basil, Sweet Basil

Seedlings  – Vegetable, Flower, Herb


Please join our email customer distribution list Faircrest Farms Harvest News by request @ info@FaircrestFarms.org


Ogden, Utah

  • 4116 Madison Avenue Apt A
  • Ogden, Utah 84403
  • 484-636-8150
  • Message: info@faircrestfarms.org

Karl & Rita Ebeling

Rita and Karl have established Faircrest Farms LLC since moving to Ogden in July of 2022. Our goal is to produce local, healthy food and thereby strengthen people’s connection to the land, their food, and each other. We promote food sovereignty, health, and wellness.

Farmer Karl worked his teenage summers on his grandfather “Pappy’s” Faircrest Farms in the beautiful hills of Berks County, PA – the center of Amish country.  He developed a love for growing things and creating beauty. Farmer Karl grew up three miles from the Rodale Institute and read Organic Gardening Magazine from age ten.

In addition to Faircrest Farms, Rita and Karl have established Eden Streets, a nonprofit association of farmers with social missions. These farms transitionally employ disadvantaged individuals. In 2020, Rita and Karl completed a 14-day Permaculture Design Course on the banks of western Michigan from Peter Bane. In 2021, Farmer Karl worked ten months as assistant farmer under Farm Manager, James Loomis at Wasatch Community Gardens “Green Phoenix Farm”.