Welcome to the Farber Farm!
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The Farber Farm is a one-acre diversified demonstration farm focused on immersive education and farm fun. The Farber Farm grows over 100+ different varieties of seasonal vegetables, flowers, fruits, herbs, cover crops, and perennial native plants. While not “certified organic”, the farm follows and surpasses traditional organic growing practices. Freshly harvested produce is used for all on-farm educational programs such as farm to table cooking, pickling, fermentation, cob oven pizza making, and more. The farm also grows a bounty of vegetables for Tamarack Camp’s onsite dining facility and for food pantries across Metro Detroit. Small livestock such as rabbits, chickens, ducks, and honeybees can be found at the farm all summer long.
The farm boasts an indoor learning center, a climate-controlled greenhouse, passive solar hoophouse, cob oven, outdoor programing pavilion, in ground gardens, and raised bed accessibility gardens. Farm activities range from harvesting, kitchen skills, gardening, natural arts and crafts, healthy snacking, sustainability, Jewish agricultural education, and more. See you at the farm!
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For more information, please contact Lori Semel at 248-952-9118