Harvest Green Village Farm

8939 Harlem Rd
Richmond, TX 77406
 


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Harvest Green Village Farm


What is it?

The Village Farm is a 12-acre interactive agricultural amenity, nestled prominently at the entrance of the Harvest Green. The farm is designed to be a “working” educational experience for Harvest Green residents. It encompasses fields, a greenhouse, homes for our adorable goats and chickens, plots where residents can grow produce for their own use and a terrace for hosting community events such as our bountiful farmers market and agricultural festivals. To see pictures of the farm, click here


Who owns it?

Harvest Green Village Farm is owned by the Harvest Green Homeowners Association.   Agmenity has been hired by Harvest Green to manage the farm and its operations. 

How do I participate?

The Farm Club
Harvest Green residents can join the Farm Club and rent their own growing plot. The Farm Club is a private gardening and agricultural education club for residents. Members will be guided by our expert farmers to a deeper understanding of sustainable agriculture while growing produce they can proudly serve at their own dinner tables

Tours and Classes
Tours are about 20 minutes and are free and open to the public. Regular agricultural and cooking classes are also held at the farm. These classes will be open to the public and will have varying price points.

The Farmers Market
The Village Farm hosts its own farmers market on a weekly basis. Every Saturday from 8 am to 12 pm, the market is open to the public. Click here for the latest market updates.

Volunteering
The Village Farm hosts occasional volunteer events as well as having regularly scheduled Farm Fun Days for residents to get down and dirty on the farm.

What happens to the produce?

• Sold through the produce trailer & Farmers Market
• Sold to Houston area restaurants
• Used in promotional events/dinners
• Donated to hunger/poverty non-profits


Is it organic?

Harvest Green Village Farm is in the process of earning its organic certification. The National Organic Program rules require that a space be maintained in an organic fashion for three years before receiving certification.

During this period, we must follow the National Organic Program Rules and our produce is designated as “transitional” and cannot be sold as “organic” until full certification is reached. 

 

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