Here are the list of websites of small farms that I find quite interesting. – A former calligrapher turned graphic designer turned web maven who has also taken to farming. – Mariquita Farm is a small family farm located near Watsonville, CA. They grow organic specialty vegetables, greens, strawberries, and herbs for Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) members in Silicon Valley, the Peninsula, and San Francisco. – High Ground Organics is a certified organic family farm in Watsonville, California. They grow a wide range of organic and heirloom varieties of vegetables and fruits, which they sell directly to families through the Community Supported Agriculture Program (CSA). – Harley Farms is a restored 1910 dairy farm, with 200 alpine goats on nine acres of pasture in Pescadero, California. The farm grew from six pet goats to today’s herd, with their delicious, critically-acclaimed cheese. – Frog Hollow Farm is a thriving 133-acre organic farm located in Brentwood, California on the Sacramento River Delta (just one hour from San Francisco). The farm produces 25 varieties of peaches, nectarines, cherries, apricots, pluots, plums, Asian and European pears, and table grapes. – The farm is split between two of the best growing areas of the Bay Area — Santa Cruz’s banana belt, where the weather is relatively hot and dry in the summer and La Selva Beach where there is a stronger coastal influence. : Follow along Katherine Dunn’s journey as an artist, mother to sheep and friend to weeds as she stumbles along as novice farmer and shepherd – all the while being true to her artistic muses. : In the heart of Kentucky‘s bluegrass country near the historic village of Midway, noted cookbook author Susie Quick has founded a nonprofit sustainable farm. – A 13 acre hobby farm in Minnesota’s St.Croix Valley whose adventures include chickens, ducks, bees and 4 legged lawnmowers! – Whispering Acres. Stories from a small Iowa acreage. Stories from Claire, the Shepherdess who is embarking on a new journey as a blueberry farmer and wine maker. – Rodale Institute is a nonprofit dedicated to pioneering organic farming through research and outreach. For over sixty-years, they have been researching the best practices of organic agriculture and sharing the findings with farmers and scientists throughout the world, advocating for policies that support farmers, and educating consumers about how going organic is the healthiest option for people and the planet.