Our Farms

It All Starts on the Farm

We’re growing some of our organic fruits and vegetables on the century-old family farm of our Co-Founder, Jennifer Garner, and sourcing all of our other organic produce from passionate farmers we know and trust.

The Beginning

The Beginning

1936

Jennifer’s family has been in Locust Grove, Oklahoma since 1936. The farm shaped her mom’s upbringing and is part of Jennifer’s childhood.

Our First Farm Visit

Our First Farm Visit

Spring 2018

When we first stepped onto the land, we could feel the history of the place calling out to us. The land had not been used for farming for decades, so we had to dig under a thick carpet of Bermuda grass to uncover the dirt beneath. We found some of the richest natural soil our farmers have seen in a long time which was a great sign that we’ll be able to grow some delicious produce on this land!

Planting

Planting

Fall 2018

We’re starting with organic persimmons and blueberries – yummy. To quote Dr. Seuss “it’s not about what it is, it’s about what it can become.” 

Uncle Robert, “Holder of the Stories

Uncle Robert, “Holder of the Stories"

Ongoing

Uncle Robert knows every square inch of the land like the back of his hand. He and his wife will continue to live on the property and tend the land. 

The Early Years

The Early Years

1940s

Jennifer’s mom, Pat, and her 6 siblings would sell pecans in the fall – each native pecan tree had its own name. The earliest crops were leaf lettuces and radishes, English peas and new potatoes.

"This is what I come from. I am a farmer's daughter's daughter."

— Jennifer Garner

Preparing the Land

Summer 2018
Preparing the Land

This land hasn’t been planted on in over 40 years. That’s about as organic as it gets! But there is still a lot to do to prepare for planting…

We had to level some of the fields and dig a well into the creek that runs through the property. We’ll use this to irrigate our crops!

Harvesting

Harvesting

Fall 2019

We’re hard at work! Check back often for more updates as we get closer to harvest. 

The Beginning

The Beginning

1936

Jennifer’s family has been in Locust Grove, Oklahoma since 1936. The farm shaped her mom’s upbringing and is part of Jennifer’s childhood.

The Early Years

The Early Years

1940s

Jennifer’s mom, Pat, and her 6 siblings would sell pecans in the fall – each native pecan tree had its own name. The earliest crops were leaf lettuces and radishes, English peas and new potatoes.

Our First Farm Visit

Our First Farm Visit

Spring 2018

When we first stepped onto the land, we could feel the history of the place calling out to us. The land had not been used for farming for decades, so we had to dig under a thick carpet of Bermuda grass to uncover the dirt beneath. We found some of the richest natural soil our farmers have seen in a long time which was a great sign that we’ll be able to grow some delicious produce on this land!

"This is what I come from. I am a farmer's daughter's daughter."

— Jennifer Garner

Preparing the Land

Summer 2018
Preparing the Land

This land hasn’t been planted on in over 40 years. That’s about as organic as it gets! But there is still a lot to do to prepare for planting…

We had to level some of the fields and dig a well into the creek that runs through the property. We’ll use this to irrigate our crops!

Planting

Planting

Fall 2018

We’re starting with organic persimmons and blueberries – yummy. To quote Dr. Seuss “it’s not about what it is, it’s about what it can become.” 

Uncle Robert, “Holder of the Stories

Uncle Robert, “Holder of the Stories"

Ongoing

Uncle Robert knows every square inch of the land like the back of his hand. He and his wife will continue to live on the property and tend the land. 

Harvesting

Harvesting

Fall 2019

We’re hard at work! Check back often for more updates as we get closer to harvest. 

See Where Our Ingredients Come From!

We source high quality, certified organic ingredients from all over to ensure our farm-to-family blends are the best for your little ones.

Apples

Washington

Avocados

Mexico

Bananas

Central and South America

Beets

California

Blueberries

Chile

Butternut Squash

South America

Dates

California

Kale

California

Mangoes

South America

Pears

Washington & California

Strawberries

Chile

Sweet Potatoes

Idaho

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