FRONT PORCH FARM STAND

An "every day" farmer's market.

Support local foods & farms. Front Porch Farm Stand is open Sun thru Fri 10 am to 6 pm.  Get directions and address

In season: honey, peppers, eggplant, basil, squash, citrus and tomatoes!   This just in: shipment of fall seeds to help you get growing!

Feedback from our customers:

“… just to let you know, i’m convinced that your honey cured my seasonal allergies – i have had the mildest almost non-existent allergy season this last year, and i really do think it’s because of your local honey! like magic, and so tasty too!”  – Yuki

“…The corn, yellow tomatoes, and watermelon were fabulous! (but, of course…)”  – Susan

 

Comments(7)

  1. Nebraska Dave says:

    Anais, I am always so envious when I see pictures of your front porch farm stand. I really would like to have one of my own but maybe only one day a week. Every day would be just a bit much for me. I even thought about maybe adding fresh bread to the choices but then I would have to start baking bread again. That wouldn’t be such a bad thing would it?

  2. Moonbeams and Eco-Dreams says:

    So neat that you have enough surplus to sell. Very resourceful!

  3. jengod says:

    Thank you so much for chatting us with us this morning, and treating us to our first pineapple guavas ever. Jackson shouted “guava! guava! guava!” for pretty much the rest of the day, and when I ask him about visiting the farm he says “lady” and then tries to pronounce Anais. 🙂 He gets the “Ana” part pretty close. 🙂

  4. Grace says:

    I just love that you can sell your surpluss on your frontporch! When we are in the states again we will def. step by for that honey you are selling 🙂

    I recently tried to get permission for using a little piece of ground (really little, only 50 cm x 15 m) opposite our house that is bare and not used by the landowner (electric station building thingy). There is this big metal ugly fence that we thought would be ideal to grow beans, peas, eggplant and the lot… we don’t get permission because it would be too messy looking O_o snif…

  5. Jenny says:

    Do we need to call ahead? It would be a special trip for us to drive out there. 🙂

    • Anais Dervaes says:

      you are welcome to drop by the “Front Porch Farm Stand” that is open to the public Sundays to Fridays (hours are 10 am – 6 pm; CLOSED on Saturdays). We feature seasonal produce, eggs, honey, olive oil, artisan bread, seeds, garden supplies and much much more!

  6. tina crapson says:

    i want to be sustainable year round, but how can i achieve this in the mid-west, where temps can reach below zero in winter? summer is no problem, as our gardens love the heat and humidity (not the hail and thunderstorms… 🙂 we heat with wood, use many non-electric gadgets, conserve water, etc. the “biggie” is food production, particularly with limited financial resources for supplies. any suggestions would be most appreciated! btw… i lived about 2 blocks away from your home many years ago, and always hoped something like your homestead would come to pass, particularly as the “hood” was progressively going down hill. so glad your dad took that leap of faith.

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