We at Amy’s Farm are committed to sharing quality products grown on our farm with you, our customers. We use sustainable methods, we are 100% chemical free, and we are “beyond organic” meaning we do not carry the organic name on our products because we do not use any herbicides or pesticides, organic or otherwise. We strive to create an open relationship between farmers and consumers. We urge you to walk in our gardens, observe our methods, ask questions and learn, and establish a connection with the food you eat. We invite you to “Know Your Farmer”.
Our Produce Stand
We invite you to visit our produce stand. It is a unique shopping experience. Our produce stand is self-serve / honor system because you will find we are out working in the gardens or conducting educational tours. We are always available and happy to help you as needed and we love meeting first-time shoppers. We grow most fruits and vegetables, according to their seasons. Availability varies often. If you would like an idea of what is available for the current week, please click HERE. Availability cannot be guaranteed, but we do our best to serve you. You are welcome to shop our produce stand Monday-Saturday from 9am-5pm. We are closed on Sundays.
Amy's Farm Produce Featured at Uno Tre Otto
Amy and her husband, Brad own a restaurant in Claremont called Uno Tre Otto. The restaurant is a true Farm-to-Table experience which features only produce grown on Amy's Farm. Each day Amy harvests produce for the restaurant and Brad, executive chef, prepares the ingredients. The freshness and organic goodness of the produce allows the flavors to shine creating a very unique and special dining experience. To find out more about this iconic restaurant visit www.unotreotto.com
What is CSA – Community Supported Agriculture?
CSA is a partnership between a farm and a community of supporters. It provides a relationship between the production and consumption of food. CSA participants make a commitment to support the farm throughout the season, and assume the costs, risks and bounty of growing food along with the farmer or grower. Participating in community supported agriculture creates a responsible relationship between people and the food they eat, the land on which it is grown and those who grow it.
Amy's Farm Produce - Community Supported Agriculture
We have discontinued our annual CSA membership commitment. Rather, please show your support of our farm by regularly visiting our produce stand. We cherish our relationships with our customers and love it when you walk the gardens of our farm and explore what’s growing. We encourage you to “know your farmer” and can’t wait to meet you. Our stand at Amy’s Farm is open 6 days a week and we are also at the Saturday Pomona Farmer's Market.
For a list of this week's availabilities check out what's In the Cooler.
7698 Eucalyptus Ave.
Ontario, CA. 91762
Mondays - Saturdays
9:00 am - sunset
Why Is Community Supported Agriculture Important?
- CSA's direct marketing gives farmers and growers the fairest return on their products.
- CSA keeps food dollars in the local community and contributes to the maintenance and establishment of regional food production.
- CSA encourages communication and cooperation among farmers.
- With a "guaranteed market" for their produce, farmers can invest their time in doing the best job they can rather than looking for buyers.
- CSA supports the biodiversity of a given area and the diversity of agriculture through the preservation of small farms producing a wide variety of crops.
- CSA creates opportunity for dialogue between farmers and consumers.
- CSA creates a sense of social responsibility and stewardship of local land.
- CSA puts "the farmers face on food" and increases understanding of how, where, and by whom our food is grown.