​​         Stockton-based Harvester Farms built to provide​    consumable resources, educate public in local history

San Joaquin Magazine - Waste Not

Bringing Fresh Fruit to those in need.

           the Farm 

We are currently working on our first educational community farm . This will be a place to learn and have fun! We have already created several learning exhibits. Our exisiting exhibits include a composting exhibit, hugelkultur, green house, aquaphonics, ground water (with a well), vermiculture exhibit, food garden, fruit trees (soon we will have an orchard) hen house, and several farm animals including goats, sheep, pigs, peafowl (Peacock and peahen), quail, ducks, and rabbit.

          Gleaning  

We pick fruit from trees, and gardens that would otherwise not be picked. No more mess to clean up and no fruit going to waste! We pick orange, lemon, persimmon, apple, pomegranate, grape fruit, walnut, almond and pecan trees. We can't list everything that grows in our area here. We would run out of room! Call us, to pick the fruit from your tree 209-808-3375

     Food donation

We have provided food to The Stockton Emergency Food Bank, Helping Hands of Stockton, The Garden Acres Community Center, The Taft Community Center, Saint Mary's Dining Hall, San Joaquin County Delta College student food pantry, Grace an Mercy, and directly to the homeless in Stockton while helping the people at 209 Cares. All the food we pick from neighborhood trees goes to those in need

HARVESTER FARMS IN THE NEWS

Waste Not
By Copper Williams
December 1, 2017

SHARING THE BOUNTY

KXVS The Voice of Stockton interviewed us. Click the above link to watch, and listen.

Feeding our community one tree at a time.

Sharing The Bounty

By Killian Barnhart
September 22, 2017