Beneficial Farms CSA is in New Mexico.  Beneficial Farms CSA provides affordable weekly shares of healthy, locally and regionally grown food to members for the entire year. We are a collaborative CSA that supports over 30 farms in New Mexico and beyond to offer a diverse range of food choices. We work only with farms that use sustainable farming methods. Our core partner farms are Mesa Top Farm, Gemini Farms, Red Mountain Farm, Rancho La Jolla, Synergia Ranch and Willy’s Farm. Mesa Top Farm is a Beneficial Farm and lies on a magnificent parcel of land on Glorieta Mesa, just southeast of Santa Fe. The farm practices the sustainable techniques of biodynamic farming to enrich the soil while producing an abundance of wholesome food. In place of pesticides, herbicides, and synthetic fertilizers, we use only natural means to build the soil and create a balance between all the elements of the farm: land, water, people, livestock, wildlife, and plants.  For more information, visit http://www.beneficialfarm.com


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  1. Gurujiwan Khalsa

    Greetings, I was given your name and address by Gurubani. I am working their greenhouses with the primary goal of supplying primarily winter greens but growing year round. I like your website. Keep up the good work. Hope to meet you some time. Gurujiwan Khalsa

  2. Thank you kindly for reblogging my Turmeric post and for stopping by! It’s great to come across your CSA – keep up the amazing work of biodynamic farming…and happy cooking!

  3. Kathryn Warren

    Oh RATS. I am SO jealous partly because I can’t get your FABULOUS food, and ALSO because I am “related” to the Beneficial Farms gang, and I MISS them.

    Love, Kathryn Warren, Sacramento, CA

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