Grown with Organic Practices

Since it is illegal to use the word organic to describe growing practices that are not certified, this term has been used to describe those that follow what has come to be accepted as organic growing practices but has not acquired certification from an organization or government. This grower will generally maintain the health of their soil by using manure, compost and/or cover crops or other organic material rather than synthetic fertilizers. They will also employ methods such as beneficial insects, crop rotation and buffers to control pests.

Foxtrot Farm


ashield ma

Thursdays 12:00-5:00



Foxtrot Farm is a two-acre certified organic farm that grows vibrant fresh and dried herbs for wholesale, market, and preorder. We specialize in providing bulk herbs to small companies, mindful medicine makers, and community herbalists. The farm integrates no-till and permaculture practices into its row cropping and operates on what we like to call a “human scale” that reduces fossil fuel use whenever possible.

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Olde Thyme Herbal Farm, LLC


North Bend OR 97459

By appointment



Olde Thyme Herbal is a small herbal farm.  Creating custom crafts products in small batches, the old-fashioned way . 

The farm is a healing center and herbal farm that grows, dries, and wildcrafts the Herbs used in Olde Thyme Herbal Teas and in Olde Thyme Herbal Handcrafted: Balms, Salves, Lotions, Oils, and Hydrosols.  Starting in 2019 we are selling dried and fresh herbs, upgrading our website, adding an online store and we are adding our mushroom retaining wall for our “everything mushrooms” – workshops on how to, picking, and eating – Internships

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SpiritWorks Herb Farm


4966 HWY 93 S. Whitefish, MT 59937

Wednesdays 2-7pm, and by appointment


We are located in NW Montana in the Flathead Valley. While our growing season is short, mother nature makes up for it with more hours of daylight.  Our garden goal is to develop a diverse and expanded seasonal organic food source, that has hard to find valuable heirlooms, health boosting foods and near extinct medicinal herbs.  All this with a flavor of functional rustic homesteading that embraces an eye for balance, beauty and whimsy.  We offer an opportunity for learning skills needed for homesteading, agricultural projects, and building health using materials that are available or can easily and inexpensively be found or recycled – embracing the value of “Use it up, Wear it Out, Make it Do or Do Without.”

Our ten acre property is surrounded on two sides by forest land and is about midway between the village of  Whitefish and downtown Kalispell, Montana.  Glacier National Park is 30 minutes away.  The Outdoor Recreational and Cultural Opportunities here are awesome!

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Tooth of the Lion Farm and Apothecary


227 Pine Creek Drive, Orwigsburg, PA, USA

Office Hours: Tuesdays and Fridays, 9-12


Tooth of the Lion is a farm-based apothecary committed to building an accessible, local medicine movement in the mid-Atlantic region and cultivating connections between people and non-human nature. Based in Orwigsburg, Pa, we are a small woman-run crew growing herbs and cut flowers on 6 acres, blending and creating our line of herbal elixirs, tonics, tea blends, bulk herbs and more. Find us at local farmer’s markets, check out our online shop, or join our farm as a Schuylkill Herb Exchange member!

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Companion Plants

740 592 4643

7247 N Coolville Ridge Rd, Athens, OH, USA

Thursday - Sunday 10 to 5; March - October


Over 600 varieties of common and exotic herb plants and seeds including culinary, medicinal, dye, pollinator, and native varieties. Mail order as well as open to the public. Since 1982.

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