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1. Knoll Farms

in Food by Rick & Kristie Knoll

Ten-acre, Certified Organic family farm committed to sustainability via eclectic mix of techniques: biodynamic, permaculture, remineralization, permenant full-time employees, mostly-local markets. Established 1979.

12510 Byron Hwy. Brentwood, California, United States, 94513-4233

phone: view phone(925)634-5959

website: www.knollorganics.com

e-mail: send an e-mail

2. Journey's End Farm Camp

in Food by Kristin Curtis

Residential Quaker-led summer camp for children on family farm. Cooperation, simple living, real food, real fun, and real work. Also, one-week family camp in August.
Community-supported agriculture supplying organically grown vegetables.

410 Sterling Rd. Newfoundland, Pennsylvania, United States, 18445

phone: view phone(570)689-3911

website: http://www.journeysendfarm...

e-mail: send an e-mail

3. Angelic Organics

in Food by John Peterson

Local biodynamic Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) farm. Weekly boxes of fresh vegetables delivered, June to November, to Chicago/Rockford area sites. Visit Web site for details.

1547 Rockton Rd. Caledonia, Illinois, 61011-9572

phone: view phone(815)389-2746

fax: view fax(801)459-9659

website: www.angelicorganics.com

e-mail: send an e-mail

4. Green City Growers

in Food by Jessie Banhazl

Green City Growers is New England's leading organic vegetable growers for on-site locations. We build and maintain container spaces, specializing in growing as much food as possible in small, urban settings.

600 Windsor Place Front Somerville, Massachusetts, United States, 02143

phone: view phone617.776.1400

fax: view fax586.283.5947

website: growmycitygreen.com

e-mail: send an e-mail