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Gracie’s Farm

Nestled in a valley in Wanship, UT at almost 6000’ in elevation is Gracie’s Farm. Our female team of FarmHers strive to produce organic, sustainable, produce that is not only good for us, but the land around us. Growing on around an acre, we utilize our hoop house, green house, caterpillar tunnels, row cover, and cover crop to compensate for a short growing season and get the most out of every harvest.

Here at Gracie’s we specialize in a diverse array of vegetables : tomatoes, eggplant, pepper, salad greens, lettuce, kale, collards, turnips, radishes, carrots, potatoes, zucchini, summer squash, potatoes, garlic, herbs, and more. We also grow flowers for cutting & pollination.

We also offer numerous farm experiences throughout the summer and winter seasons. Every month we host a farm dinner that highlights what is fresh on the farm. We host workshops such as floral arrangements, pickling, and beekeeping as well as winter experiences such as medicinal tea making, salve & balm making, and eco-printing with forageables.

Can Be Found Here:

  • Yuta Restaurant – Big Sky Lodge
  • Farm Culinary Experiences
  • Friday Farm Stand

The Forbes Family Farm

We love connecting people in our community with locally grown food. We sell our produce through a Community Supported Agriculture model where families purchase a membership share and receive a box of fresh produce every week throughout the growing season along with an option to add-on a pasture-raised meat share. We grow over 70 different crops ranging from root veggies and greens to classics like tomatoes and cucumbers. Each week from May through October members receive approximately 8-12 produce varieties. The early weeks of the CSA will feature a variety of greens (lettuce, kale, arugula, spinach), root crops (radishes, carrots, beets, turnips) and peas, Swiss Chard, bok choy, green onions, herbs and garlic scapes. These boxes will be a bit smaller as produce is just coming on here in our high-altitude setting. As we move into the summer, your share will begin to include crops such as green beans, cucumbers, tomatoes, hot and sweet peppers, broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, eggplant, summer squash, garlic and strawberries. By the fall we will also be able to include winter squash, apples, plums, melons, onions, leeks, fennel and potatoes.

All of our animals are raised out in the sunshine, moving to fresh grass daily. They are never given antibiotics or growth hormones. Most of our animals are heritage breed stock and are allowed to exhibit all the natural traits of their species. We raise chicken, ducks, turkeys, pigs, cattle and yaks.

We also run a guesthouse and covered wagons through Airbnb that allows us to share a piece of farm life with those looking to disconnect from the hustle and bustle. As a remote property along the scenic Sheep Creek Geological Loop, this is the perfect place for star gazers, outdoor adventurers, garden enthusiasts, and anyone looking to spend time on a working farm.

We’re passionate about teaching people how to confidently cook farm to table meals at home, so provide a variety of online courses and resources teaching people how to stock their kitchen, acquire the best ingredients, build a seasonal menu concept, and enjoy the Farm to Table experience at home.

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Reviews:

This farm is AMAZING! In so many ways – we had one of our favorite family weekends here. It is just beautiful, the Forbes are so generous, kind, welcoming & hospitable, our kids absolutely loved seeing all the animals, exploring, learning about farming and eating delicious food. Simply an oasis!” – Elicia Lindahl, Google Review

We love the Forbes family and their amazing farm! great produce, great prices, great people!” – Brittany Walker Lund, Facebook Review

A hidden gem. A beautiful farm and ever more fantastic family of caretakers. They know how to cultivate the most delicious produce. Check out their cute AirBnb and farm to table dinners too!” – Lindy J, Google Review

Utah Infinity Gardens

Our produce is grown with sustainable, natural practices in the field and in greenhouses. We offer a wide variety of seasonal vegetable crops: Heirloom tomatoes, Asian Greens, Tokyo Turnips, Fava Beans, Seasonal Salad Mixes, Eggplants, Cucumbers, Summer and Winter Squash and German Butterball Potatoes.

We also grow a year-round supply of leafy greens and delicious microgreens. Microgreens offer a fun, exciting way to add a nutritional punch to every meal. Microgreens fall somewhere between sprouts and baby greens on the growth scale. They are best known for their strong flavors, beautiful colors, and high concentrations of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants.

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Can Be Found Here:

  • West Jordan Farm: 5210 W 7800 S, West Jordan
  • Daybreak Farmer’s Market
  • Tagge’s Fruit Stand – Perry, Utah

Shaffer Farms

We offer a variety of fruits and vegetables at our stand. Most of the produce sold is grown right on our farm. Other locally grown produce is also offered. We are firm believers in “farm to fork” and only sell high quality, fresh products.

Our fruit and vegetable selection includes: sweet corn (our main squeeze), green beans, summer and winter squash, tomatoes, tomatillos, egg plant, varieties of peppers, onions, garlic, cucumbers, honey, chick peas, potatoes, apples, peaches, cantaloupe, and watermelon.

During the fall we also sell several varieties of pumpkins. Our farm hosts a fun, old-fashioned fall festival each year…complete with pumpkin picking, a straw slide, and a hay ride.

Can Be Found Here:

  • Shaffer Farms Farmstand – Garland
  • Harmons (Seasonal Green Beans)
  • Kent’s Market – Brigham City (Seasonal Sweet Corn)
  • Kent’s Market – Tremonton (Seasonal Sweet Corn)

Reviews:

Amazing produce! Everything is fresh and tastes great. The sweet corn and peaches are fantastic. Friendly service and good prices. Would recommend for your seasonal produce.” – Adam Smith, Google Review

Fresh local fruits & vegetables. I highly recommend.” – Janice Jalober, Google Review

This is my go to place to shop for tomatoes and fresh corn. The corn this year has been fantastic! And I have loved eating a fresh tomato each day. The price for the tomatoes is comparable to other places. The corn is a bit more but you just can’t beat the freshness. They bring it in straight from the field. I have not had a bad ear yet, it’s not old, immature and I haven’t seen a single worm or bug. I am very picky about my corn and this corn is very clean and flavorable. I highly recommend this place, it’s well worth the drive.” – Carrie Davis, Google Review