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.While most of our farm is devoted to market garden vegetables and to a small vineyard, our true love lies in growing chiles. 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!
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Community Supported Agriculture - JOIN NOW!

Join anytime!

The 2015 Winter Season begins January 8, 2015!

Every other week until May.

Next box is 2/26/ 2015

Please call for quarterly totals.

Four weeks is $96 ($24/ box)

34 Weeks from April to end of December saves you more! Call or e-mail for info.

Here are a few customer reviews

Cost is $24/ week.

$4/ box/ week delivery fee.

It is never too late to join!

Like Surprises?

If you answer "yes" to even one of the questions below then you should consider subscribing to your own local farm in Sonoma County.

Need some fresh recipe ideas??
Love to eat fresh locally grown produce but can't make it to the farmers' markets?
Have a garden of your own but want a wider variety of produce than you can grow on your own?

No Watering, No Weeding, Just Good Old Fashioned Eating!

Why Tierra?

Is this farm and CSA right for
you? At Tierra, everything
comes from our farm. We
grow it right there in the field
at Airport Boulevard where
you gather up your shares. You
always have the option to walk
out and see where you food
came from. We have specialized
over years of experience
in unique chile products, dry
beans and corn meal, carrots
and strawberries with unique
quality, and are not afraid to
grow new and diverse vegetable
varieties. Your weekly
share comes with a thoughtfully
composed menu that ensures
you know what you are
getting, how to prepare these
items and suggestions for what
might be done with them.
We guarantee the highest quality
food for you and your family members.

Really Local, from Sonoma County

Pesticide free, sustainably grown, just for you!

Wonder where your food comes from? Join our
CSA program and wonder no more. Local to us
means local. It means Sonoma County. We sell
what we grow and we grow it here! Local doesn’t
mean Washington apples or Salinas artichokes, it
means Sonoma County grown!

Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is
a program that puts you, the consumer, back in
touch with the farmer and the land that grows the
food that you put into your and your family’s body.
It is a subscription program whereby the
consumer-subscribers make a commitment to help
support a farm financially and in exchange get a
box of freshly picked, seasonal produce every
week for the length of the subscription.

When you join our CSA program you are
helping yourself and your family by eating the freshest
locally grown possible produce without growing it
yourself and helping your community by keeping
diversified vegetable crops in Sonoma County. We
at Tierra Vegetables have been growing our produce
here for over 30 years and are proud to feed hundreds
of families every week. Let us feed yours.
Food that is freshly picked is more nutritious
and tastes better.

Here’s what some of our customers have said about our CSA:

Customer Reviews on Local Harvest:

“It’s like Christmas every week."

"Joining your CSA was the best thing I have ever done for myself!"
“My kids are eating broccoli “
“That’s the first time I ever saw him eat a carrot”
“Your food is so beautiful”
“I love all the recipes and eating new stuff”

What you get as a CSA member:

*A box of LOCALLY grown produce, grown
right here in Sonoma County, by us!

*Eating the best vegetables and fruits you’ve ever
tasted without growing them yourself

*Adventurous eating with some unusual and
heirloom varieties of tomatoes, peppers squash,
melons and others

*Satisfaction in helping keep diversified agriculture
healthy in our beautiful county

*The “Menu” with recipes, serving suggestions,
storing suggestions and lore

*Establishing community with your farmers and
other CSA members

*Knowing exactly where your food is coming
from, how it’s grown.

What's in the boxes??? See our current menu

Frequently asked Questions

How Does the CSA Operate?  Read this account of a day of action packing the CSA at the farm stand from 2008.


Last year, June 5 & 7, 2012: Strawberries, Lettuce, Kale, Tomatoes, Radishes, Red Onions, Spinach, Carrots

Last Year, September 4 & 6, 2012: Cantaloupe Melon, Lettuce, Chile varieties, Tomatillos, Cilantro, Tomatoes, Summer Squash, Yellow Wax Beans.

Become a member of our Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) Program
Sign Up!
Pick Up Spots

Healdsburg Pick ups (Tuesdays) 219 Piper Street (Thurs until May)
Santa Rosa Pick ups (Thursdays) 918 Benton Street and 1348 Yulupa
Santa Rosa Pick up ( Thursday) Farm Stand on Airport Blvd.

(Tues or Thurs after May)


Basic Price is $23.00* + $1 billing fee per week for Farm pick up. Pay for the full 8 weeks for $184 which is $23/ week.

*Delivery to drop off points is $4.00 per week.

Box feeds 1 to 4 people.

For both work site and home deliveries we have an exception to the home delivery charge. For a group of 10 or more boxes delivered to the same site we will consider it a drop off point.

Good Advice:
Sign Up Now We anticipate a greater response than last year and participation is limited. To sign up, fill out the form or call Evie at 837-8366 for more information or questions.

Delivery Options

  • Farm Pick Up. Pick up prices are the same as above. We like this a lot because we get to know you all better since we see you every week.
  • Neighborhood Drop Off. Delivery charge of $4.00 per box per week.





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