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Frog Bench Farms

Frog Bench Farms (FBF) is an organic urban farm nestled into the Wasatch foothills of Salt Lake City growing a little under two acres of high quality veggies, herbs, fruits, cut flowers, nuts, micro/petite greens and edible flowers since 2012. Our business model thrives on building local chef relations, who prepare our produce in beautiful ways for their eateries.

Whenever possible all plants are started from seed. We utilize cold frames, low/high hoop houses and our 2800 square foot greenhouse to grow year round. Our small organization sells to local restaurants and food trucks in a 15 mile radius.

Our operation relies heavily on solar power, a water collection system, composting, crop rotation, beneficial insects, and cover crops. These are better for the environment and create a better tasting product when it hits your plate!

Sometimes it’s not the quantity produced, but rather the quality of the product. Here at Frog Bench Farms we focus on bringing the most delicious ingredients to our local chefs.

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Salt Lake City Restaurants

Reviews:

Amazing facially, amazing veggies, amazing owners. Perfect fit for sugarhouse. local pride – John Williams, Facebook Review

These guys make being environmentally responsible look easy. – Chris Miner, Facebook Review

Herban Bloom

Herban Bloom sits on a half-acre in Farr West and specializes in growing a wide variety of herbs from cilantro to lemon balm as well as a variety of produce such as salad mixes, cucumbers, zucchini, radish, beets and more. All our produce is grown using organic and regenerative practices which means zero pesticides, zero synthetic fertilizers, and allowing all the microbiology in the soil to thrive and help produce a healthier and more delicious crop.

Wanting to make local produce more accessible, we are offering a pick-up service where you purchase produce on our website and pick it up at a few select locations throughout Ogden. Please see our website for exact dates and times.

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Can Be Found Here:

  • Farmers Market Ogden

New Roots Farm

Many refugees and other New Americans come to the U.S. with backgrounds in agriculture. New Roots, a farmer training and food access initiative of the International Rescue Committee in Salt Lake City, provides these communities with a way to reconnect with land, grow culturally appropriate vegetables, and leverage their farming skills to earn supplemental income.

New Roots farmers earn income through produce sales to local schools, restaurants and Whole Foods Markets in Utah. They also operate three workplace CSA’s, delivering vegetable shares to employees of partnering businesses. New Roots founded and continues to operate and sell at the Sunnyvale Farmers Market and new for 2019, New Roots Farmers Market at Central Park.     

New Roots farmers grow a number of crops familiar to the American palate, including Beets, Carrots, Heirloom Slicing Tomatoes, Cherry Tomatoes, Spinach, Kale, Spring Mix, a variety of  Peppers, and Eggplant. Additionally, they grow speciality ethnic crops like African Eggplant, Aleppo Peppers, Amaranth Greens, Molokhia (Egyptian Spinach), Thai Chili Peppers, Tatume Squash, and long beans, among others.

All proceeds from sales go to the program’s 35+ farmers who originate from Sudan, Burma, Bhutan, Chad, Somalia, Burundi and the Democratic Republic of Congo. The farmers collectively manage 15 acres of leased land spread throughout Salt Lake County.

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Keep It Real Vegetables

Keep It Real Vegetables is an urban farming project located in Salt Lake City, Utah. I grow produce by hand on several small-scale gardens in the Salt Lake valley. I am dedicated to growing the freshest, highest quality produce available. I adhere strictly to organic growing practices, enriching my soils with massive quantities of compost, compost teas, cover crops, and organic amendments until the soil is sweet enough to deliver the flavor I am looking for.

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        • Real Foods Market
          2209 S. Highland Drive
          SALT LAKE CITY, UT 84106
        • Real Foods Market
          420 West 800 North
          Orem, UT 84057
        • Sugar House Farmers Market
          2100 S 1500 E
          Salt Lake City, UT 84105
        • Wasatch Front Farmers Market
          6351 S 900 E
          Salt Lake City, UT 84121
        • Wheeler Farm
          6400 So 900 East
          Salt Lake City, UT 84121
        • SLC Saturday Downtown Farmer’s Market
          300 W 300 S
          Salt Lake City, UT 84101
        • Wheeler Farm Sunday Farmer’s Market
          6351 S 900 E
          Salt Lake City, UT 84121
        • Redmond Heritage Farm Store
          2209 Highland Dr.
          Salt Lake City, UT 84106

        Reviews

        The quality of produce grown by these lovely people is second to none, it is the best Salt Lake City has to offer! I love knowing these two care for the earth and soil as much as they do for the vegetables they grow.

        Paige Collett,

        Facebook Review

        Just made potato salad with your garlic scapes. OMG it is amazing!!!!!
        Thank you SO MUCH for introducing me to scapes. I have added them to a bunch of my old standby dishes as well as trying the things you suggested. I don’t know what I did before scapes. They are so good and add to everything I try them in!

        Rachel Funk,

        Facebook Review

        I’ve been following Tyler since the Sand Hill Farms days and his ever-expanding produce selection has–in terms of taste, nutrition and environmental stewardship–consistently been as good as it gets.

        Gerard Kies,

        Facebook Review

Borski Farms

Borski Farms CSA features a wide variety of fresh, organically grown vegetables, fruits, and herbs picked at the peak of ripeness. Look forward to herbs such as oregano, Italian parsley, basil, and sage.

Borski Farms CSA Program is 15 weeks long, starting in late June and ending in early October. One share contains a small amount (approximately 1 pound per item) of four to six different items per week.

Look forward to salad greens, peas, beets, garlic, squash, cherries, apricots, beans, corn, cucumbers, tomatoes, peppers, onions, carrots, peaches, raspberries, eggplant, potatoes, apples and melons throughout the summer months. We even offer jack-o-lanterns pumpkins in October. Visit us at our roadside stand, at the Salt Lake City Farmers Market, or become one of our CSA members.

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Can be found here:

  • DOWNTOWN FARMERS MARKET SLC

Copper Moose Farm

Copper Moose Farm is located in Park City, Utah—elevation 7,000 feet. Growing at this altitude, with over 300 inches of snow per year, is a challenging and exciting adventure. We are excited to provide the best organically/biodynamically grown produce and cut flowers for the Park City community.

Our farm is located on over 3 acres and is assisted by our 2,400 square-foot passive solar greenhouse and two hoop houses. Contact us today through our CSA, on-site farm stand, and local restaurants.

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  • COPPER MOOSE FARM
    1285 Old Ranch Rd
    PARK CITY, UT

Reviews

Tender, delicious, well-cared-for produce. Friendly staff. Well organized farm-stand and farm operation.

Emma G.,

Facebook Review

Wonderful greens, friendly and knowledgeable staff!

Joan Mills,

Facebook Review

LOVE Copper Moose! So awesome to have fresh stuff right in town.

Kerry Allardyce,

Facebook Review

First Frost Farm

At First Frost Farm, we strive to offer the freshest and highest quality organic produce to our customers in Northern Utah.

Our fresh produce is available seasonally. On Saturdays find us at the Cache Valley Gardeners’ Market and the Downtown Salt Lake City Farmers Market. We’ll be at the Park City Farmers’ Market, and at our farm on Wednesdays. For every other day of the week, shop at the Island Market in Logan.

You can also find our organic heirloom garlic, shallots, and onions in the Salt Lake City Metro and Rocky Mountain Regional WholeFoods Markets. We proudly supply fresh, organic ingredients to Crumb Brothers Artisan Bakery and Caffe Ibis. Educational tours of the farm can be arranged. Just call ahead or email.

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  • CASHE VALLEY GARDENER’S MARKET
    100 S 200 E
    Logan, UT 84321
  • DOWNTOWN FARMER’S MARKET
    300 S 300 W
    Salt Lake City, UT 84101
  • NATURAL GROCERS
    1075 North Main
    Logan, UT 84321
  • PARK CITY FARMERS MARKET AT THE CANYONS
    4000 Canyons Resort Dr (Lower (Cabriolet) parking lot)
    Park City, UT 84060
  • WHOLE FOODS MARKET
    1131 E Wilmington Ave
    Salt Lake City, UT 84106
  • WHOLE FOODS MARKET
    1748 W Redstone Center Dr
    Park City, UT 84098
  • WHOLE FOODS MARKET
    544 S 700 E
    Salt Lake City, UT 84102
  • WHOLE FOODS MARKET
    6930 S Highland Dr
    Salt Lake City, UT 84121

Dash of Granola Farm

We started Dash of Granola by going to the Kaysville Farmers Markets on Thursdays selling cucumbers, tomatoes, peppers, pumpkins, and corn stalks. This past season we doubled our production and are more excited than ever!

We will be at every Kaysville market this next summer selling Hooper tomatoes, peppers, onions, leeks, summer and winter squash, herbs, kale, leafy greens, beets, tomatillos, farm fresh eggs, Stella’s fresh cut flowers, and much more.

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Can be found here:

  • ASHLEY VALLEY FARMERS MARKET
    150 E Main St.
    Vernal, UT 84078
  • DOWNTOWN TUESDAYS FARMERS MARKET
    300 S 300 W
    Salt Lake City, UT 84101
  • UTAH BOTANICAL CENTER FARMERS MARKET
    875 S 50 W
    Kaysville, UT 84037

3 Squares Produce

3 Squares Produce is a small family farming operation in Davis and Salt Lake counties. We grow fruits and vegetables naturally, meeting or exceeding organic standards. We grow on nearly 10 acres, spread over two counties and nine separate plots of land. We have two very small orchards in Davis County, two vegetables fields in West Valley City, in Salt Lake County, and five private residential gardens in Salt Lake County. We also have a small orchard and CSA in Bountiful, Utah—the last orchard on Orchard Drive.

We make the most out of a small amount of land using vertical growing techniques and concentrated plantings. Wonderful Utah peaches are available mid-August through mid-September. We also grow cherries, apples, tomatoes, peppers, summer and winter squash, garlic, onions, potatoes, melons, kale, spinach, salad greens, beets, and more. Choose local and taste the difference with 3 Squares Produce.

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Can be found here:

  • Wheeler Farmers Market
  • Liberty Park Farmers Market

Reviews

Thank you for such a great CSA and the delicious fruit! I’m not sure we can ever get enough! Your fruit is amazing

Lisa Cloyd,

Facebook Review

Rowley’s Red Barn

Rowley’s Red Barn and Rowley’s South Ridge Farm is the ultimate stop for farm-fresh foods and country fun, located just off the freeway in both the hills of Santaquin and the redrock of Washington, UT. The iconic red barn provides homemade ice creams and pastries, home-grown produce, and world-class dried cherries—and all the character of a family-owned, working farm!

If you don’t have time to stop in at one of our great locations, enjoy the fresh taste of our farm grown and pressed, apple juice. Our goal is to provide customers with an farm-fresh experience. Come tour the farm; pick your own produce; and enjoy fresh, local fruit or take home quality fruit products and homemade ice cream.

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  • ROWLEY’S RED BARN
    901 South 300 West
    SANTAQUIN, UT

Reviews

Great apple cider, cider doughnuts, ice cream and so much more. We love to take our boys here around Halloween to do the hay ride and pick out pumpkins. They have lots of fun activities too! Would recommend this place to others!

Shawn Ward,

Google Review

Amazing ice cream, with flavors that change all the time. Best Apple cider, found in their huge walk in refrigerated room.

Clint Mitchell,

Google Review

This is an adorable country store! The atmosphere draws you in. The food sold here keeps you coming back. Make sure you try the ice cream, it is the BEST. And the ice cream may seem a little pricey, but the portions are enormous!

Rachel White,

Google Review