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Ewell Acres

Ewell Acres is rooted in nature. We specialize in doing things all Natural. We grow micro-greens using a technique called Hydroponics. We’ve also started growing tomatoes and other local produce and herbs. In addition, we specialize in all natural lip balms.

We rely on years of experience to provide products that improve both human well being and the environment to which we coexist.

Can Be Found Here:

  • Park City Farmers Market
  • Wheeler Farm Farmers Market
  • Petersons Market (Lip Balm – Riverton)
  • Bosch Kitchen Center (Lip Balm – Sandy)
  • The Market (Lip Balm – Park City)
  • Pedego Bikes (Lip Balm – Park City)
  • McCoard’s Garden Center (Lip Balm – Provo)

Reviews:

“The best lip balm ever! Keeps my lips moist for hours after applying. I got rid of all my other chap sticks. Very soothing even with sun burnt lips. Love this stuff” – Rachelle, Facebook Review

McFarland Family Farms

We’re dedicated to our family farm, to growing the best food for our customers, and to bringing it to them fresh.

We believe in eating locally and seasonally, and in growing what our customers need to enjoy the seasons as well. From summer corn to fall gourds to squash that can make it to winter in your pantry, our produce is carefully grown, harvested, and sold at local farm stands and local grocery stores. You’ll notice the difference the minute you try it.

Join us seasonally for fun farmstead events in West Weber – event details are found on our website, or find – Sweet Corn. Onions. Winter Squash. Pumpkins – at one of our local produce stands.

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Reviews:

“Their corn is amazing! Best thing about Summer and my kids look forward to it every season.” – Luke Robinson, Google Review

“The best corn ever! Always look forward to the day the harvest comes in.” – Sarah Brown, Facebook Review

“They have the BEST corn!!! I live in Idaho and I won’t buy any other corn than McFarland’s. We take trips to Utah to make sure to get their delicious corn. Buying a fresh cantaloupe or watermelon while there is just icing on the cake. They’re so yummy too! Can’t go wrong with McFarland’s produce.” – Kyle Jessica Wade, Facebook Review

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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Can Be Found Here:

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

Delectation of Tomatoes

Principles and ideas which inform the efforts of Delectation of Tomatoes include:

-Optimal human health depends upon consumption of a wide array of nutrient-dense fresh fruits and vegetables, free of harmful chemicals and contaminants;

-Such food is best acquired from backyard gardens or from local farmers who offer their freshly harvested produce through farmers markets, CSA’s, local restaurants and specialty stores;

-Big corporate farms tend to be profit-driven, impersonal, unconcerned about healthy soils and sustainability, typically concentrate money in the hands of the few, and can rarely match the quality, diversity and nutritional levels of locally produced agricultural products.

In light of these considerations, Delectation of Tomatoes offers, specifically to local gardeners and small farmers:

-Seeds of over 3,000 varieties of fruits and vegetables representing a remarkable collection of heirlooms from around the world, including 1,000 varieties which are not tomatoes (i.e. peppers, melons, squash, beans, lettuce, corn, etc.);

-Seedlings of more than 500 varieties each spring, customizable (with advance requests) to the needs and curiosity of individual gardeners and farmers;

-Fresh produce on a limited scale, based upon what is not needed for seed production;

-Service upon request, including lectures, workshops and onsite training about garden and farm planning, extending the growing season, raising food at high elevation, ecologically responsible and sustainable growing practices, seed saving, self-reliance, etc.

If you want to live, you must eat; if you eat, you might as well eat healthy; while you’re at it, please enjoy eating a wide diversity of tasty and interesting heirloom fruits and vegetable from around the world!  Gardening and eating fresh, local, naturally grown food are cheaper than psychotherapy and unnecessary doctor bills which result from diseases which can be largely prevented with good nutrition. The idea is to make these nutritious products so readily available, so interesting and so tasty that people will be far less tempted eat the faux food found in fast and processed “food”.  Enhanced physical, psychological, social and financial health will be some of the benefits that emerge from this endeavor.

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Can be found here:

  • Online
  • Our Facility
  • Local Events

Reviews

Lot of knowledge and a willingness to share it . Best Tomato descriptions in the business . I grow 5000 plants and sell the fruit from them for my living . Dale has the varieties I need to succeed .

Iris Bauer,

Facebook Review

Always a pleasure. Prompt shipping of orders and quick email responses.
Many varieties that aren’t available anywhere else. True to type and always excellent germination. Good job!

Clifton Hedrick,

Facebook Review

My favorite tomato seed vendor! My “go to place” for rare and unusual tomato varieties. Highly recommend!

Shelley P. Hauser,

Facebook Review

Kuwahara Wholesale

Shop Local, Eat Local, Spend Local, Enjoy Local. Welcome to the only Farmers Market open 7 days a week, located right here in Sandy. To us, supporting our local farmers is one of the most important things to do. Going to a box store to get your produce might be easier, but once you taste local you will understand why it’s better. Come see us! We get in fresh picked produce from different farmers around Utah every. single. day. and on Tuesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays we serve fresh tamales, bbq corn, hot dogs, and snow cones.

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Reviews

This is the best nursery in the valley. I have been shopping there since Alex opened his doors. It gets bigger and better every year. I’m so grateful to have this wonderful garden center just a mile from my home.

Trish Weatherman,

Facebook Review

Beautiful flowers, corn is to die for! Good customer service. Friendly. Free grilled corn on Tuesday

Vicki Wiser Speer, 

Facebook Review

A great little Farmer’s market open on weekdays. Just what I was wishing for! Besides local produce, they have an interesting selection of other locally made products. And they are located right on State Street so are easy to get to.

Sarah Eklund,

Facebook Review

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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Can be found here:

        • 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

Blue Spring Farm

Blue Spring Farm is a small 5-acre CSA farm located outside of Tremonton, Utah. Tamara and Randy grow a wide range of vegetables from greens and peas in the spring, tomatoes and peppers in the summer, to potatoes and winter squash in the fall.

We grow to organic standards (though we are not certified) and work to keep our soil healthy and productive. Farming is what we love to do. Find us at the Downtown Farmers Market in Salt Lake City for the best produce at organic standards.

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Can be found here:

  • Downtown Farmers Market – Salt Lake City

Snuck Farm

Snuck Farm is a year-round family farm dedicated to growing produce we can feel good about eating and feeding our own families. All of our greens are hydroponically grown and are free of chemical pesticides and herbicides.

Our farming methods allow us to 1) save land and water, 2) eliminate soil erosion and runoff, 3) efficiently produce high-quality local produce year round. You’ll also find egg and honey production and in-ground organic farming on other areas of the farm.

 Snuck Farm also hosts a variety of community events such as our annual plant sale, cooking classes, workshops, farm-to-table dinners. It is also available as a private event venue. Our mission is to be a force for good in our community while promoting sustainable community-based food production that benefits us all.

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Can be found here:

  • SNUCK FARM
    504 West 1100 North
    PLESANT GROVE, UT

Reviews

Love Snuck Farms! There produce is a treasure to our community and Culinary Crafts!

Mary Homer,

Facebook Review

Awesome farm and local food production. Wonderful people, too.

Colleen Dick,

Facebook Review

So grateful for such a wonderful business in Pleasant Grove!

Cyd LeMone,

Facebook Review

Utah Natural Meat & Milk

It’s back to basics at our farm as we raise food the old-fashioned way. No antibiotics. No added hormones. A lot of grass and a lot of space. Currently offering grass-fed beef, lamb & goat and pastured pork, turkey, chicken and eggs in the Salt Lake County area. Bulk orders and separate cuts available. Now selling raw milk!

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Can be found here:

  • UTAH NATURAL MEAT & MILK
    7400 South 5600 West
    WEST JORDAN, UT

Reviews

Cute little family owned and ran farm with excellent quality products. This is the 3rd type of raw/grass-fed milk we’ve tried, and it is by far the best!

Barbi Arnold,

Facebook Review

Great food and friendly people. Tastes so much better than what you’ll get in the store.

Chris Miskimins,

Facebook Review

Yummiest raw milk. I’ve also bought their bones for bone broth. Love this place.

Diane Patterson,

Facebook Review

Black Island Farm

Black Island Farms has been a family business for over 50 years; and we are proud of out heritage in Davis County. Bring your family to the farm to enjoy farm-fresh goodies from our market and our delicious corny  cafe concession booth. Get lost in our 16 acres corn maze, take a scenic ride out ot one of our pumpkin patches and pick out your very own pumpkin. If you dare, enter nightmare acres, our haunted corn maze now featuring zombie apocalypse laser tag.

Black Island Farms is a great place to visit with a group of any kind and size. Birthday parties, scout troops, sports teams, church groups, and many more visit us each year. We do our best to make your visit to the farm an enjoyable one. Teachers: book your field trip now because fun and learning go together when your students visit Black Island Farms

Seasonal: Mid-September through October 31

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Reviews

We love Black Island Farms! We have been coming here for years. I have seen others complain about the prices, but you get what you pay for. They are really quite cheap compared to other mazes. There is so much fun to be had, so much to do. They have 3 different mazes, a hay ride to the pumpkin patch where you get to pick your own pumpkin (included in price) as well as slides and swings, turkey and pig races. I highly recommend bringing your family out here!!!!

Mistie Prill,

Facebook Review

The best part about it is that it’s open Sundays (literally the only patch that is!). But even with it being the only one that’s open, it wasn’t overcrowded at 2PM (in fact, the tractor ride and two smaller slides didn’t even have lines). There’s parking on both the West and East sides of the street, but the maze and everything are on the West side. When you first walk into the gates, there are ticketing booths to the South and the Hayride line to the West. Buy your tickets first before going to the Hayride. Once past the ticketing booths, there is a small “farmer’s market” with several types of squash. Then comes The Courtyard, a big open field surrounded by pens of animals (calves, turkeys, pigs, goats, chickens/roosters, geese), a Turkey Race track, Piglet Race track, tire swings, three sizes of slides (slick plastic sheets overlaying haystacks or the largest is a big tube 2.5 stories up), a barrel tractor ride (adults under 250lbs can ride, too!), a corn kernel “sandbox,” and one little food truck. There’s live music by the food truck, which was kind of unfortunate placement in that ordering was made more difficult by the loud music. The food is a bit overpriced and my chicken tenders were still cold in the middle, but it was palatable. The Corn Maze is fun, though by this last weekend there were well-worn “shortcuts” from people just walking between the stalks, so it wasn’t as challenging. Overall, we had fun and my toddler nephews loved it, so we have made note to go back again next year! Maybe we’ll try to the Hayride because it looked fun (and it’s not a bad deal since it comes with a pumpkin that you pick out on the ride).

Katie Lorenz,

Facebook Review

I was surprised at how much fun this place was to spend our Halloween. There was hardly anyone here. We played endlessly on the slides, loved the little train (we went twice), and had so much fun we didn’t even get time to go in the corn Maze. The hamburgers were DELICIOUS which I wasn’t expecting. We hung around the bonfire after dark and were very happy we spent our day at BIF.

Kim Darger,

Facebook Review