Since 1980, brother/ sister Wayne and Lee James have been farming vegetables and fruits in Sonoma County, California. With a huge diversity that includes many varieties of vegetables and some fruits, they also  grow grains such as heirloom dried beans, corn and a huge array of fresh and dried chiles and sweet peppers. Striving for sustainability, no pesticides or herbicides are ever used.Meet Kitty, one of our newest members of our flock of Shetland Sheep Tierra Vegetables produce organic Sonoma alexander valley smoked peppersTierra Vegetables newest edition. Come take a look at our favorites-sunflowers and zinnias are now available!
Tierra Vegetables Tierra Vegetables-purveyors of the very finestTierra Vegetables-sustainably produced chiles, vegetables, and wool productsTierra Vegetables offers fibers for sale...come take a look!Tierra Vegetables welcomes you, come find out more about owning and operating a small farm!Tierra Vegetables featuresContact Tierra Vegetables today, we look forward to hearing from you!Tierra Vegetables offers serveral ways to order our vegetables. We offer overnight delivery and best of all fresh vegetables to you table!

Tierra Vegetables welcomes you to our web site. We welcome your comments, visit our Farm Stand, sign up for the CSA program and learn more about our 15 acre farm right here in Sonoma County


Tierra Vegetables
--seeded 1980--
Celebrating 31 Years of Farming

Tierra Vegetables grows fresh vegetables at their Sonoma County farm featured in The New York Times
Peter DaSilva for The New York Times

At Tierra Vegetables, we're committed to producing vegetables, chiles and wool products of the very highest quality through sustainable farming practices.

Browse our site to see for yourself the beautiful and appetizing line of farm-to-you products we offer and learn what it takes to run a small family farm with a truly diversified output amidst the pressures and benefits of the information age.

Find out what's going on now!  Join our group in Facebook

and interact with the Tierra community.  Let us know what you think, share recipes, and get regular updates.

Additionally, visit Erica's Blog to get an insider employee's perspective about what is happening on the farm and to learn more about what the farm produces.

What's in season now!? Our farm stand page is updated regularly to inform you what is currently harvesting from our fields.

Enjoy farming from each of our perspectives.  Check out Evie's Blog to see what's happening at the farm.  Check out Wayne's Blog and Lee's Blog to get the farmer's perspective.

Here are a few Recipes using our produce.  Let us know if you have more we should add!

Discover the wonderful world of sensory pleasures awaiting your palate when you include our richly varied and deeply flavorful Sonoma Grown™ chiles, beans and fresh vegetables in your menus. Or maybe someone you know would look cozy in a sweater woven from the wool of our prize-winning Shetland sheep?


Funny asparagus and funnier feet!

Community Supported Agriculture
  Eat fresh, delicious, locally grown produce! Join our CSA program and enjoy a box every week throughout our season. Find out more...


Save the Barn Fund!

We are now accepting donations to save the beautiful old barn on Mark West Springs Road 


Call Evie 707-837-8366

or e-mail for info.


Enjoy a tour of our new greenhouse thanks to Growing Your Greens, a You Tube documentary created at our recent Open House on April 18th.

  Wayne Lee of Tierra Vegetables grows fresh vegetables at their Sonoma County farm featured in The New York Times
Farm Forewoman

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