We make it easy for you to eat well every day by providing the highest quality organic produce that is squeaky clean, thoughtfully packaged and conveniently delivered. Eating fresh, organic produce all year long has never been so easy!
Where can you find us?
All winter long we sell produce through our online produce market, open to anyone in the North Idaho area. We also sell through a 75 member CSA in and around Bonner County, Idaho. You can find select products seasonally at Winter Ridge Natural Foods in Sandpoint, Idaho, Pilgrim's Market and Natural Grocers in Coeur D'Alene, Idaho, and to numerous restaurants in Bonner County including Trinity, Baxter's, Forty One South, DiLuna's, Beet and Basil, The Fat Pig and others.
Welcome to Moose Meadow Farm!
Moose Meadow Farm is a certified organic vegetable farm in the northern panhandle of Idaho. We grow a variety of produce year round, with sales around Bonner County. The farm is situated in the town of Clark Fork, on the shores of Lake Pend O'rielle and the Clark Fork River. On the 80 acre property, we grow on a quarter acre but will expand to 2/3 acre by 2018. Katherine and Spencer are full time farmers and make their living 100% from the farm.
Why buy from Us?
We believe wholeheartedly in providing the highest quality produce to our community members year round. We keep your money in the community by reinvesting in local businesses who provide us goods and services. You will find that our produce lasts longer and tastes better than typical grocery store produce because it is fresh and local. Get to know us! We are fun and likeable people. All of our products come with the peace of mind offered by organic certification and are triple washed and ready to eat.
Commitment to Organic
We understand that there are a lot of choices to make when it comes to the food you eat. We strive to take the guess work out of some of your food decisions by committing to organic practices. We don't use synthetic fertilizers, pesticides, herbicides, fungicides or GMOs. We limit our fossil fuel use (including plastic) as much as possible. We instead rely on ample compost, crop rotations, careful monitoring, and slow release rock powders to bring you the most nutritious, highest quality food you can buy. Furthermore, we aim for thoughtful practices and a biodiverse farm that encourages beneficial insects and soil microbiology and helps us avoid using sprays of any kind - organic approved or not. We are certified organic by the Montana State Department of Agriculture (MTDA). They scrutinize our records and practices, and audit our farm every year so you can rest assured in their third party verification of our standards.