Giving Back

We pride ourselves on giving back not only to the land but also to our community. Whether it’s sharing our harvest with local food shelves or educating the wider community about sustainable farming and eating, we want to help our community grow and thrive.

We look forward to continuing to work with our community partners and donate to food shelves across the metro area.

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Donated to local
food shelves each year


“We Grow For You.”

We don’t just deliver high-quality plants and produce using sustainable farming practices. We support our community by helping to overcome food insecurity and operating our farm to be a better steward for our planet. Find out more about our story.


For over ten years, we have delivered a full 17-week season of CSA shares to nearly 2,000 families, providing them with healthy produce and a more meaningful connection to their community and planet.

In 2020 alone, we donated over 150,000 pounds of fresh produce to local food shelves through our partnership with Wright County Community Action (WCCA). In addition to our work with WCCA, we are proud to serve alongside local organizations working to alleviate hunger in Minnesota. Check out our partners here.

“I believe that when you have all these blessings bestowed on you, that there has to be some payback, and you’ve got to help people that need help. I just can’t fathom someone being hungry all the time. I can't think of anything worse. It just doesn’t sit right with me.”

- Jerry Untiedt

Pallets of produce at Wright County Community Action

Wright County Community Action distributes our fresh produce to local food shelves and other nonprofits in Wright County.

The Humanity Alliance uses our fresh produce to prepare nutritious meals for families and individuals in nine counties in east Central Minnesota, including the Twin Cities metropolitan area.

Pallets of produce at Wright County Community Action

Church of the Incarnation in the heart of South Minneapolis provides our fresh produce to immigrant communities to allow them to retain their beautiful cultural preferences.

“I believe our community has benefited from being able to increase many family’s food security for the month. It has grown the community beyond actual food, people begin having conversations at pick-up and on social media about how to prepare the produce.”

Wright County Community Action

Growing Practices

We pride ourselves in the ability to take care of the land so that it is bountiful for generations to come.

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Though the growing season is done, we send monthly updates until next spring, when our Weekly Farm Feature email will let you know what’s fresh at Untiedt’s Garden Centers and Vegetable Stands each week.