About Us

Terra Firma Farm is a 200-acre CCOF-certified organic farm in Winters, California, that has been growing vegetables and fruit year-round for over 25 years.

Our farm is as much about people as it is about produce. Our farm supports dozens of employees, some of whom have been with us since the beginning. They have been instrumental in making our farm what it is today.

We have been producing high quality organic fruit and vegetables for our Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program for over 15 years, and currently serve the San Francisco Bay Area, Davis, Sacramento, Vacaville, and our hometown of Winters. Our CSA members also help to ensure the success of our business, and provide motivation for us to keep growing delicious, vibrant produce. Many of our subscribers have been with us since the beginning of the CSA; their kids have grown up with memories of running through our fields and playing in our orchards at our annual CSA Farm Day, and they’ve grown up healthy while eating our vegetables.

You can also find our produce at retail outlets like Rainbow Grocery in San Francisco, and the Davis and Sacramento Natural Foods Co-ops, and on the menus of restaurants such as Chez Panisse, Terzo, Quince, and Zuni. If you are interested in setting up a vendor account with us, please contact us: sales@terrafirmafarm.com

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The Fruitiest Month

August is our fruitiest month at Terra Firma. The late season peaches and nectarine varieties we harvest this time of year have complex flavor profiles usually associated with fine wine. Not sugary sweet, they are smokey, rich, and tangy.  All … Continue reading

The Black Box of the Produce World

Watermelons are hands-down the most challenging fruit or vegetable to harvest, for a number of reasons.  Obviously the flesh of all melons is hidden from view.  But with other types of melons, the rind changes color completely when they are … Continue reading

Field-Testing your Future Tomatoes

Every winter, I peruse websites and seed catalogs looking for new or newly available tomato varieties that sound promising.  Several years ago, I saw a striking dark purple tomato with green and red stripes, completely unique in appearance. The seed … Continue reading