After almost 20 years in business serving our community with sustainable produce and sharing our farming philosophy, Green String Farms is going to take an indefinite pause at the close of 2022.
When Green String was founded, our goal was to share our passion for regenerative farming while providing the community with high-quality produce at a low price, all while passing our knowledge to the next generation. We were lucky enough to start Green String Institute and worked with hundreds of students from around the world who have carried on the Green String farming practices. We are so proud of everyone that has been a part of our story and what we have been able to accomplish in our community.
Thank you to our customers, vendor partners, employees and friends. Above all, thank you to Fred Cline and Bob Cannard who made Green String possible.
Please come by the farm as we work on closing out our inventory and to say goodbye. We would love to see you and share all the memories of Green String!
We are hopeful that we will be able to do some pop-ups in the future and will be sure to update on our mailing list and social pages.
Wishing a beautiful holiday season to all of you.
The Green String Method
At Green String Farm, we practice “natural process agriculture.” We keep the soil and plants healthy and free from pesticides and artificial chemicals. We produce beautiful food with very low input.
A farm is a system. Attention to soil health is essential to producing healthful food. Use of cover crops, compost, compost tea, and crushed volcanic rock and oyster shell mineral supplements help ensure that the earth is able to grow vibrant fruits and vegetables.
The goal is to create a self-nourishing system where less human intervention yields better quality crops.
We grow by the motto “50% for humans, 50% for nature,” maintaining an important balance between crops grown for human consumption and crops grown for soil improvement.This approach also benefits the community by preserving green spaces and wildlife habitats, protecting the soils, conserving resources, and stimulating the local economy.