The Organic Farms

Live, Laugh, Farm
— Pink Tractor
White Sonoran Wheat is a heritage grain brought to the desert southwest in the 1600's by the missionaries for the Native Americans to cultivate. Fallen out of favor to the higher yielding hybrid wheat, Janna Anderson of Pinnacle Farms grows it organically to preserve diversity and to help keep these drought tolerant varieties alive for the future of desert farming.

Pinnacle Farms became Certified Organic by CCOF in 2015.  While the farm maintained a natural and sustainable status throughout my growing career, I decided a formal certification was necessary due to the consumer demand.  

Becoming certified organic means that my farm adheres to the stringent requirements of the USDA's program for producing safe and healthy crops grown without synthetic chemicals or fertilizers.  Organic standards address many growing techniques including soil fertility, cover crops, integrated pest management and focuses on the use of renewable resources and sustainable practices for the health of the future generations.  

Pinnacle Farms is divided into 4 parts and 3 are certified organic, while the 4th uses sustainable practices closely adhering to the principals of organic. All of the farms are also GAP certified for food safety standards and I am ready to meet the needs of wholesale accounts. Email for more info or to get the weekly availability veggie list.