How do I get started? Head to our farm store by clicking FARM STORE. A quick account creation will allow you to quickly and easily sign up for a subscription or place an order. A confirmation of your account will be automatically emailed to you.
Refund / Credit: If you believe you deserve a credit for poor quality, damaged, or otherwise unsaleable produce, please email us. We will evaluate cases individually. Be sure to include what day/time you picked up the produce, how it was stored, and pictures if possible. We want to share the best quality produce possible, so your feedback helps us improve our systems and catch issues early on.
Referral Credit: We value your loyalty and would like to reward you for spreading the word. If you refer someone to our program, ask them to mention your name on signup, and we will give you a $10 referral credit.
Missed Pick-ups: Credit will not be given if you fail to pick up your order. If someone else will be picking up your order, please mention it on the order or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. With notice, you may always pick up your missed order at the farm within 1-2 business days.
Cancellation: To cancel your produce, send us an email. We understand that things come up suddenly, but if you can, please give us at least two days’ notice if you are cancelling.
Days and Locations: We harvest twice a week and currently offer 3 pickup locations on different days. See WHERE TO FIND US to learn more about the locations. Choose from:
Wednesday: Wayne State University Farmer’s Market (10 AM - 2 PM)
Friday: Brightmoor Artisans Collective Farmers Market (Friday 4 - 7 PM)
Saturday: Farmington Farmers Market (Saturday 9 AM -1 PM)
Visiting The Farm
Please contact us before coming to the farm. This is our home as well as a working farm. We manage and accept visitors by appointment, with the expectation that our guests will be alongside us during our daily tasks, and assisting when appropriate.
We ask that all guests and visitors to the farm recognize that we are producing food for consumption and exhibit behaviors appropriate to food production.
Paths are clearly defined and we ask that foot traffic remains here to avoid damage and contamination. Furthermore, please keep any pets leashed and off growing areas,
All our welcome at our farm, therefore we will not tolerate bigotry, violent language, or mistreatment of another person or the surroundings.