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Welcome to a fresher, healthier way of eating!

We are a locally owned farm nestled on the banks of the Yakima River dedicated to providing the freshest, healthiest produce for the discerning customer.  We currently grow all of our produce organically, utilizing only sustainable and earth-friendly methods.  This will be our sixth year of providing produce to families and businesses in the Yakima Valley.  We look forward to being your farm!  Want to schedule a tour, just contact us!

Sign up now for the 2014 growing season. Give your family the gift of locally-grown, FULLY organic vegetables for 21 to 23 weeks next summer. 

Full Shares, with delivery every week, and half shares, with delivery every other week, are available.  SHARES make great gifts.  Click on the link below to open and fill out the 2014 Membership Form and mail it in along with your deposit.  Space is limited so sign up now!

A new payment option this year is PayPal.  Just click here or on the Sign Me Up on the navigation bar to the left for more information.

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News Articles of Interest

The 2013 Harvest Edition:  http://issuu.com/dailysunnewsspecialsections/docs/valley_farmer_harvest_edition

Cultivation Innovation:  Tilth Producers Learn About High Tunnels: http://www.yakimaherald.com/news/latestlocalnews/1639570-8/tilth-farmers-convene-in-yakima

Children's garden one of many educational experiences at Heavenly Hills Harvest: The Daily Sun News

New educational experience offered at Heavenly Hills Harvest: 
The Daily Sun News

Community supported agriculture thriving at Heavenly Hills Harvest: The Daily Sun News

Cross-country cyclists pedal with purpose: http://www.yakima-herald.com/stories/2010/06/30/cross-country-cyclists-pedal-with-purpose

Locavores like food grown close to home: http://www.yakima-herald.com/stories/2010/05/05/locavores-like-food-grown-close-to-home

Staying Local, Staying Healthy:  http://www.kimatv.com/news/local/96264689.html

Keeping it Local, Keeping it Safe:  http://www.kimatv.com/news/local/102234154.html

Does organic mean outdoor?  http://www.kimatv.com/news/business/114801659.html

Foodies turn to foraging to connect with nature:  http://www.kimatv.com/news/national/102776724.html

Time for Lunch-A Slow Food USA Campaign: http://www.slowfoodusa.org/index.php/campaign/time_for_lunch/

Worms do essential dirty work in the garden: http://www.yakima-herald.com/stories/2010/03/26/worms-do-essential-dirty-work-in-the-garden

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Links We Like

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Mid Columbia Fisheries Enhancement Group

Slow Food

Americas Farmland Trust

Global Agents for Change (AFC)

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