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Grounded in a values-based approach to land stewardship, Fifth Crow Farm is a dynamic and diversified organic farm in Pescadero, CA. Founded in 2008 with a shoestring budget, a supportive local community, and ambitious dreams, we strive to bring eaters the highest quality, best tasting, and most nutritious food possible. We are situated in the Cloverdale Valley, 45 miles from San Francisco and 35 miles from Santa Cruz.
Our Philosophy: As the average age of the American farmer continues to go up and the total number of farmers and farms goes down, Fifth Crow Farm sees it as an imperative to farm with future generations in mind. We want our farm to be more than a business: we strive to make it an engine for positive change in the food system. We want to build an agriculture that is economically viable, socially just, and ecologically sound. To us this means stewarding our land in a way that not only respects but improves habitat for wildlife and builds better soil for future farmers. It also means creating a healthy, fulfilling, and fair work environment, and providing our customers with the best tasting, most nutritious, highest quality food possible.
- John Vars, Mike Irving, & Teresa Kurtak