Earthen Harvest is a small organic farm in New Jersey farming properties in both Ocean and Monmouth counties. Bill McCurdy and Tami Heffner-McCurdy both grew up in Ocean county and met in high school. Their love for the environment brought them into farming as both of their families have done for generations.
After graduating from the University of Maine - Machias with degrees in environmental science and marine biology they decided to do their part in re-greening the garden state and slowly developed their organic farm. Sustainably farming practices have ensured that by being good to the soil, the soil would provide. The soil provided so much that in 2001 they started selling their produce and herbs at the Red Bank Farmer's Market in Monmouth county. Lovers of gardening both vegetables and flowers they decided to share their knowledge of native plants and beneficial insect attracting perennials.
With an abundance of berries and fruits Earthen Harvest began a baked good branch for the Farmer's Market in able to offer the freshest baked goods in season. The season begins with Strawberry Rhubarb pie in May and ends with Sweet Potato and Pumpkin pies in October with many other fruit filled pies in between.
Growers using sustainable farming practices to produce organic produce, edible flowers, and herbs. We often include heirloom varieties.
Suppliers and specialists of beneficial insect attracting perennials.
Seasonal inspired baked goods.
We are so excited to be able to offer a Community Supported Agriculture program and have had a lot of excited phone calls and e-mails from our community. At this time, we are only offering memberships to Monmouth and Ocean county residents.
Our CSA sign-up process has begun for the 2014 season! Shares are limited. Deadline to register has been extended to April 30, 2014.
We accept checks, Visa, Mastercard and Discover.
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You will find canvas bags, organic cotton T-shirts, and so much more! ***NEW ITEM IN OUR CAFE PRESS SHOPS - SIGG WATERBOTTLES***
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*NOTE* We cannot predict the weather that may cause crop loss or failure but strive to provide each shareholder with many baskets of our harvest.