Explore all of our wonderful farm partners that we source our fresh produce from! Whether it’s local fruit, leafy greens, root vegetables, or any seasonal item, you can count on us to find the best local product available.
County Line Harvest
David Retsky started County Line Harvest on a six-acre plot on the Sonoma-Marin County line before moving over the hill in 2007 to Red Hill Ranch in Marin County. Shortly after settling in on the new property, Marin Agriculture Land Trust acquired the easement on Red Hill Ranch, preserving it forever as farmland. Not only did this new property provide more acreage for cultivation, but the abundance of renewable on-site water and the MALT easement helped ensure the continuation of County Line’s goal to provide fresh produce to its surrounding communities.
Over the years, CLH has developed a strong relationship with Greenleaf. We couldn’t be more proud that Greenleaf’s commitment to the farm has provided the support needed to sustain the farm and business.
Driscoll’s story begins in California’s Pajaro Valley in 1904, when friends Joseph Reiter and R.O Driscoll began producing Sweet Briar strawberries there. Fast forward 100 years and Driscoll’s remains a family-owned and operated company, with grandson Miles Reiter at the helm, and great-grandson Eric Reiter joining Driscoll’s family of farms as a grower. Driscoll’s works with dozens of family farms in California and around the world to source berries at their peak of flavor and freshness, year-round. Growing regions are carefully selected for optimal soil and climate conditions to produce oustanding berries.
Located in Brentwood, Dwelley Farms has been growing fresh fruits and vegetables since 1921. A third generation family farm with about 800 acres, the Dwelley’s grow stonefruit, apples, almonds, cherries, beans and sweet corn. They trade ground with neighboring farms to rotate crops between corn, beans and alfalfa, an cycle suited to the area’s heavy clay soil.
Field Fresh Farms
Field Fresh Farms has been growing produce on the Central Coast for four generations and has a long history with the environment that sustains them, the fertile lands they manage, the healthy products they grow and pack, and the communities and companies they partner with. From tilling to table, the distributors and foodservice providers they work with know they will be providing their customers with vibrant, flavorful greens that have been carefully tended to every step of the way.
San Marcos, California
The brainchild of founder Rich Collins, California Endive Company was founded in 1983. Collins spent time in Europe learning hands-on Combining the benefits of the great weather with a deep passion for quality and innovation, Fresh Origins has become the number one source of Microgreens and Edible Flowers for America’s top restaurants and resorts. The farm was founded by David Sasuga, after growing flowering plants for 20 years. David always wanted to grow fresh produce and the opportunity came unexpectedly. Back in 1995, a local chef came to their greenhouse and got excited when he saw some basil seedlings growing there. He wanted to try using them to accent his plate presentations and although it didn’t make a lot of sense at the time, it was then that David began producing these and other varieties of tiny, fresh-cut seedlings destined for restaurants in Orange County California.
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