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We are a 501c3 not for profit farm run by AMADEO and Vineyard Community Center of AZ.  Our goal is to serve fresh and healthy food through permaculture design, both training and equipping folks to care for the earth and learning about sustainable earth gardening principles.




Currently, we provide, by appointment only - food boxes that provide food from Walmart and from the United Food bank.


Our goals are to provide from the farm fresh food such as grapes, watermelons, peaches and pears in season for free or super low cost to those in our community.

We do not distribute food at the farm - to be sensitive to our neighbors-  you must go to our "strip-mall" location on Monday nights by appointment only.  21803 S Ellsworth Road - Suite A102

Phone number TBA.

Communal Garden patches.


We are allowing people from the community to have a free 50, 75 or 100 foot row depending on availability.

We will provide water and land in exchange for help in maintaining the farm - including weeding "your area," giving the first fruit to those in need, and giving 10% to the farm.  If you grow 10 watermelons, please give 1 back to the farm. *also helping with water flow.  You will provide seeds

If you are person of faith in Jesus Christ we also ask that you pray for the farm and our community.

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Present and crops will include:


  1. grapes

  2. Peaches

  3. celery

  4. garlic

  5. carrots

  6. swiss chard

  7. Sweet Corn

  8. Pumpkins

  9. Beans

  10. Apricot

  11. Plums

  12. lemons

  13. Peppers

  14. watermelons

  15. Melons

  16. wild flowers

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Our goal is to teach about land stewardship, the benefits of organic permaculture, and the joy of working in an integrated and diverse bio-network of plants and animals - including bees, chickens, humans and many various flowers, vegetables and fruit.

We believe there is nothing better and more healthy for us than playing in the land, working on the farm, and growing, eating and distributing healthy food across the beautifully diverse community we have been given.


Gratefulness is good for our health.

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