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Village Farm: A Leader in Recreational Cannabis, Health, and Wellness



Our gardens are open to wander through as you please (we are no-till, so no heavy equipment here.) Be sure to check out our beautiful new pollinator garden, right next to our beehive! Our bees play such an important role in our farms ecosystem, and are fascinating to watch as well.


Whether its a quick stop for dinner veggies or the start to a stay in the country, we are here to bring you the finest fruits, veggies, and other farm products, along with a friendly smile and a heartfelt thank you for visiting!




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Tucson Village Farm (TVF) - 4210 N. Campbell Ave - is a working urban farm built by and for the youth of our community. A program of the Pima County Cooperative Extension and the University of Arizona, TVF is a seed-to-table program designed to reconnect young people to a healthy food system, teach them how to grow and prepare fresh food, and empower them to make healthy life choices. We target urban youth from all ethnic and socio-economic backgrounds.


Welcome to the Village Farm Vegetable Share!Spring is here and that means exciting times ahead for our Vegetable Share members! April is the beginning of the "new year" for our Vegetable Share program and also represents the beginning of our most bountiful time of the year at the farm. Tomatoes, peppers, cucumbers, zucchini, beans, and melons are1 read more


The Village Farm is a 12-acre interactive agricultural amenity and USDA certified organic farm, nestled prominently at the entrance of Harvest Green. The farm is designed to be a "working" educational experience, in that the farm itself is a production farm, supporting many of its expenses by selling organic produce. It also serves as a venue for agriculturally-related community events.


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village farm pumpkin patch and corn maze


village farm sunflower field and festival


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The Masonic Village Farm is a not-for-profit continuing care retirement community, owned and operated by the Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania, with goals of achieving great conservational practices while ensuring that its residents continue to enjoy open spaces. The Masonic Village implements rotational grazing to maintain its pastures; uses manure from feedlots to fertilize its fields; and has created innovative watering systems. Additionally, the farm invites the public to tour the facilities and learn more about the possibilities of stewardship in agriculture. The Masonic Village was nominated by the Pennsylvania NRCS.


It Takes A Village Community Farm is a 3 acre farm in Sauk Village, a suburb just south of Chicago, led in partnership with Grace United Church of Christ and Good Vibes. The farm produces culturally relevant food for the community, provides free educational programming and job training, and brings people together through events and shared gathering space.


Tucson Village Farm is a youth-centered working urban farm. Our seed to table program is designed to reconnect young people to a healthy food system, teach them how to grow and prepare fresh food, and empower them to make healthy choices.


In Canada, the Company's wholly-owned Canadian subsidiary, Pure Sunfarms, is one of the single largest cannabis operations in the world, the lowest-cost greenhouse producer and one of the best-selling brands.


In the US, wholly-owned Balanced Health Botanicals is one of the leading CBD brands and e-commerce platforms in the country. Subject to compliance with all applicable US federal and state laws and stock exchange rules, Village Farms plans to enter the US high-THC cannabis market via multiple strategies, leveraging one of the largest greenhouse operations in the country (more than 5.5 million square feet in West Texas), as well as the operational and product expertise gained through Pure Sunfarms' cannabis success in Canada.


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When you get to the farm, look for the windmill, go around to the back, snag a basket and clippers, and then go home with some organic farm-fresh goodness for your table. To many, it's a satisfying experience wandering the fields, soaking in the views of the Catalinas, and getting the chance to harvest your own food.


"By focusing on the building of soil, integrative pest management (IPM), weed management, crop rotation, and cover cropping, Tucson Village Farm is committed to practicing integrated farming techniques and stewardship of our land. All TVF produce is grown herbicide and pesticide free, with lots of love for and by the youth and our community."


Strafford Village Farm is a small, diversified family farm tucked along the winding West Branch of the Ompomponussac River in Strafford, Vermont. We raise vegetables, flowers, and herbs as well as beef, lamb, and pork on 178 acres of pristine Vermont countryside. Using a management-intensive, grass-based system, we raise and sell heritage breed pork, grassfed beef, pastured broilers (seasonally), and grassfed lamb.


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