The Farm Stand
Where can you find us?
The Farm Stand | Original
890 LaSalle Canyon Road
10:00AM - DUSK
Pick up farm-fresh foods, have a peek at your farmers in action, spot our free-range animals, and take a deep breath of fresh air.
We accept cash or check if you pay here using our Honor System Cash Box, or Venmo @d2dfarm.
Route 1 Farmers Market
3745 Constellation Rd,
10:00AM - 2:00PM
Find your food, mingle with your community, and meet your farmers and other local food and craft artisans from Lompoc. Here you'll find veggies, fruits, baked goods, natural body products, fresh juices, food trucks, and activities for kids.
We accept cash or credit card, and Route 1 Farmers Market can also facilitate the use of EBT Funds.
What you'll find
Fruits and Vegetables
Leafy greens, salad ingredients, dinner vegetables, herbs, edible flowers, melons, berries, and stone fruit.
Get started growing your own plants with locally made compost fro Dare 2 Dream Farms chickens.
T-shirts, sweatshirts, hats, mugs, gift baskets, and locally-crafted items such as natural body products.
Jersey cows provide us with whole, raw milk. Subscriptions available. Please contact us for details.
Potted succulents and seed starts such as tomatoes, cucumbers, zucchini and more depending on the season.
Honey, preserves, pickles, and other locally sourced goods such as hummus, pita, and caramels.
Kindling and firewood from our farm and other locally sourced farms.
Multi-colored eggs from pastured chickens and ducks, subject to seasonal availability.
How we grow
Our single acre of produce is grown in hand-formed beds, GMO-free, pesticide-free, and herbicide-free. The garden beds are inoculated with mycelium and our farm's chicken manure compost to support the natural habitat of beneficial insects, fungi, and bacterias that release necessary nutrients to the soil.
With Beneficial Insects & Plants
Flowers and herbs are used to deter destructive insect populations and attract pollinators and other beneficial insects. We also release ladybugs, green lacewings, and other good bugs to further eliminate the bad bugs from our crops.
Teaching through WWOOF-USA
Our WWOOF-USA Interns help with bed preparation, insect and weed management, planting and harvesting each season to continue education about the art of growing food.