About our Gardens

At Duncan Farms we are not only passionate about giving you nutritionally dense and delicious food, but also the impact that our farm has holistically within the community. The United States is losing soil 10 times faster than it's being replenished due to a number of factors including over farming, and land development. By making conscious decisions every step of the way, we are hoping to change this with your support.

All Natural

Our gardens never come in contact with synthetic pesticides, chemicals, fertilizer or fungicides.

Nutrient Dense Foods

By focussing on soil nutrition through natural methods we are working hard to provide you with flavorful, nutrient dense produce.


From our gardens to your door, we are actively trying to reduce waste, use less plastic, and turn food waste into garden compost.

Our Practices

Everything on the farm is part of a system, and we nourish the ground in every way that we can. 



We are activley healing our land by utilizing multiple farming methods including permaculture, no till and polyculture gardens.

We have spent the last season (2021-2022)  moving to a low/no-till garden. We currently have .64 acres in growing space for our mixed produce gardens containing about 150 garden beds! 

We are also utilizing a polyculture production system while designing our growing schedule that focusses on crop rotation, cover crops, biodiversity and soil nutrition.

Not only is this helping sequester carbon, our practices of no-till and cover cropping are producing healthier soils, reducing water pollution AND providing you with more nutrient dense produce and proteins. 


Our sustainability efforts don't just stop with the growing of our produce. We took a long look at our packaging, and have tried to reduce as much plastic as we can in the packaging of our produce.

We moved from conventional plastic pints and boxes to a sustainable produce container a few years ago.  These containers are 100% recyclable, biodegradable, compostable and made in America.

We have a solar panel that provides electricity to our farm and we utilize a pressure driven well irrigation system to water our plants. Everything on the farm in part of a system and we nourish the ground in every way that we can. 



We like to think of ourselves  as 'beyond organic'. The reason being, organic farming practices don't necessarily line up with sustainable or healthy practices. We consider every decision we make, even the organic methods we use here at the farm.  Conventional organic sprays like copper and neem can be damaging to the lands and beneficial insects, so we choose to not use these types of organic sprays. 

By focusing on regenerative agriculture and permaculture design, we are actively making choices at every entry level on the farm. Our gardens never come in contact with any synthetic chemicals, fertilizers or fungicides that could be deemed as harmful in the production of the food on our farm . We care deeply about what we are putting on our land and utilize hard work and diligence as preventative measures for insect and weed pressure. You can often find our workers cultivating each one of our 150 garden beds and hand weeding them individually. 

Support our Efforts

Join Our CSA

Our CSA is a $50 biweekly delivery service. Our curated CSA bags contains anywhere from 5-8 items. Each bag is mindfully created with seasonal farm fresh produce, paired with 2-4lbs of protein including meat and eggs and occasionally artisan goods like jams, jellies, cheeses, honey and more! An email newsletter updating you about the farm with a farm fresh recipe is included with each delivery.

Visit The Farm

Visit the Farmstead Market on weekends at the farm. Our farm shop has everything you may find at a farmers market. Here you can shop all of our seasonal produce, pasture raised USDA grade processed meats, pasture raised chicken eggs, and local artisan goods. From farm made beauty products to local honey, you can find it all.

Visit Us at Markets

Depending on the season, you can find us at some our local communities markets. Find Out Where We Are

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