It is the mission of Happy Farms to engage our local community in natural, organic agriculture as a model of healthy sustainable living which demonstrates and teaches the integrated, interconnected, and interdependent nature of life on "spaceship earth" and to be staunch proponents of the five "Rs"- Respect, Reduce, Reuse, Repair, and Recycle.
Happy Farms' CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) is a not-for-profit totally organic farm nestled in the foothills of the east side Mt. Diablo, with a Clayton mailing address. We have been in operation since the summer of 1999 and our group consists of "the Happy Farmer," Dave Buck, and about 40 families who share in various ways, the duties of running a cooperative farm and raising the crops. We operate year around, harvesting weekly, distributing what we harvest among our member shares. Using no sprays, totally committed to producing healthy plants through building a healthy soil, we essentially guarantee our members three things:
Happy Farms occupies over two acres, featuring:
CSA stands for Community Supported Agriculture. The premise is simple:
Learn about membership benefits and responsibilities in the Membership page.