Harlequin Organic Produce offers distinctly colorful, seasonally flavored, organic produce to communities in the Missoula and Jocko Valleys.
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Harlequin Produce offers distinctly colorful, seasonally flavored, organic produce to communities in the Missoula and Jocko Valleys. Combining age old techniques with modern technology, we focus on growing high value and high yielding crops in a manner that incorporates ecological principles, through the use of living mulches, conservation tillage, and on farm diversity. These methods offer you the peace of mind that our produce is healthy both for you and the earth from which it was grown.
In 2009 we settled at Common Grounds Farm in Arlee where Harlequin Organic Produce sprouted to life. Like a harlequin cloak our fields are checkered with a rainbow of fruits and vegetables. We choose diverse varieties for colorful and vibrant crops full of the various nutrients you and your loved ones need. We hope to see you at the market, but until then, please peruse these pages to learn more about our certified organic growing practices, community supported agriculture (CSA), recipes and a little more about who we are and how to be in touch now and in the months to come.
Eat Well… Be Well,
Kaly Hess & Brian Wirak
What our CSA Members are saying:
"I love being able to look at the list of what is available and choosing exactly what I want for the coming week. And they have made it very easy to do! Harlequin is the best!"
"The software removed all of the complications and redundancy of the CSA experience, allowing us to tweak and customize our boxes each week so that we were getting exactly what we wanted/needed...It was also great to be able to add on items for storage throughout the season, so we could freeze summer-fresh food for winter use."