Tierra Vegetables is committed to producing food and fiber products of the highest quality through sustainable farming practices.

At the Tierra Vegetables Farm Stand, located inside the Big White Barn on our farm, we sell only what is grown and produced on our farmland - locally grown and locally produced means you can be assured of fruits and vegetables that are freshly picked, flavorful and nutritious, and of the highest quality possible.

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Community-Supported Agriculture (CSA)

Is This Farm and CSA Right for You?

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At Tierra Vegetables, everything we sell is harvested right here at our farm. We offer CSA subscriptions which provide you with a weekly box of fresh and delicious, sustainably-grown produce available for pick up at the farm or at one of our drop-off locations. Come on in and pick up your CSA box, shop at the Farm Stand and while you're here, take a walk in the field and see where your food is being grown.

News and Events

Meet the Tierra Team

Tierra employee Queta

Enriqueta (Queta) has been supplying the Farm Stand with her culinary skill for the past five years. She does her work at the Tierra Vegetables Kitchen. Having a close connection with Wayne and Lee for the past 30 years, she is a valuable contributor to the farm, filled with knowledge and experience. Queta moved here in 1990, following her husband who was one of the first employees of Tierra Vegetables. When speaking of the time she lived in Michoacan, she told of first learning how to make tortillas with a comal or wooden stove in a her aunt's adobe ranch house. Even recently when the masa for the tortillas did not turn out right in the kitchen, Queta called home to help solve the problem.

Save the Farm - News and Information

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Since 2002, Tierra Vegetables has been leasing the land that we farm on Airport Boulevard from the Sonoma County Open Space District as part of their greenbelt plan.

At this time, the county requires us to purchase the property that we currently farm.

Tierra Vegetables is seeking to fund this purchase by 2017. The county and the farmers still need to negotiate an easement agreement that will determined the use and final price of the land.

Since arriving at this location in 2002, an array of investments and upgrades have been applied to this location including soil maintenance and biodiversity, the acquisition and restoration of the historic Big White Barn, as well as the establishment of a locally-owned, farm-based business.

Tierra Vegetables welcomes assistance from interested community members. Please support us in our effort to maintain this diverse piece of farmland.