Red H Farm
|Red H Farm||
Knowing your farmer is the best way of getting to know your food. Farmers begin a relationship with your produce when it is still just a tiny seed, and care for it by hand (enriching the soil, weeding, watering, thinning, pruning, nourishing and harvesting it) so that you know exactly what you're eating. Here at Red H Farm we never use chemicals, and take care of our water and soil to ensure healthy land for generations to come.
Caiti has been primarily a one-woman farming operation (with invaluable help from family and friends) on her family's land in West Sebastopol and/or working to connect people and farmers for the last six years. She did her apprenticeship at Easy Bean Farm in Minnesota, and has worked on farms in France and South America. Before starting to farm full time, Caiti interned with Community Alliance with Family Farmers (CAFF) and Food First!. She has a BA in Anthropology from the University of California at Berkeley and is pursuing a graduate degree in Urban and Environmental Policy & Planning at Tufts University. Caiti is passionate about farming and educating people about food, food systems, and the politics of eating.
...or stop by the Cotati Farmer's Market downtown in Plaza Park Thursdays from 4:30-7:30!
"Its wonderful really knowing where our food comes from, and more importantly, who is putting in all the hard work to bring it to our table! Eating dinner feels like a gift from Caiti and the farm."
-Adam Shemper, CSA subscriber