Balsam Farms, LLC

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We are a 50 acre farm and we grow vegetables, fruit, cut-flowers and grain. We believe strongly in the importance of healthy local food systems and o ... read more

address Town Lane and Windmill Lane, Amagansett, NY   web balsamfarms.com
contact Ian Calder-Piedmonte

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We are a 50 acre farm and we grow vegetables, fruit, cut-flowers and grain. We believe strongly in the importance of healthy local food systems and our farm is dedicated to producing and distributing high quality produce on the East End of Long Island. You can find our produce at our farmstand in Amagansett (open 7 days a week during the season), at local farmers markets, and in various local restaurants, stores and stands. We have a deep appreciation for the land we work, for the harvest we reap, and for the satisfaction that farming provides. As stewards of the land, we believe it is important to improve the soil for the future and so we practice sustainable growing methods. Our farm is not Certified organic, but all of produce (with the exception of sweet corn) is grown with organic methods.