Our farm is a Certified Naturally Grown four-season bio-intensive market garden that focuses on building healthy soil, thus yielding fresh and quality produce. Find us every week here:

Farm pick-up

Friday 3pm – 6pm

Tuesday Nov 22nd 11am – 4pm

4131 County Home Rd, Conover 28613
Hickory Farmers MarketSaturday 10am – 1pmDowntown Hickory, Union Square
Charlotte Farmers MarketSaturday 8am – 1pm1801 Yorkmont Rd, Charlotte 28217
Raising Roots Farm store (pre-order only)Friday and Saturday 12pm – 9pm2711 Snow Creek Rd NE, Hickory 28601
Crossfit Catawba ValleySaturday 6am drop-off in fridge2055 Main Ave SE, Hickory 28602
High Country Food Hub(order through their website)Wednesday 12pm – 6:30pm252 Poplar Grove Rd, Boone 28607
Foothills Farm & Art (order through their website)Friday 10am – 5pmSt. Matthews Church, 201 Shady Rest Road, Morganton 28655

Check out our Youtube channel to see the progress of our farm.

Casey Ostwinch

I have been working with plants and trees for half of my life. I first started in landscaping while in high school and decided to stay in the field upon graduating and went to a horticulture/landscape design program in college. I spent 10 years working in the field and in tree nurseries and absolutely loved it. I then got in to tree work and became a certified arborist and did that work for 3 years. During these years of landscape and tree work I also served in the Air National Guard as a heavy equipment operator. My wife Tori and I have always been in to gardening, beekeeping, and raising chickens. Our evening and weekend hobbies quickly turned in to a passion and we spent hours learning about sustainable farming as well as implementing those ideas on our homestead. We ended up with an opportunity that would allow us to farm (market garden) full time. We took that opportunity and spent a season fully immersed in market gardening. After a season we decided this is something we would want to do full time in a business of our own and invested some of our savings in to getting our farm going. And here we are!

Tori Ostwinch

My love for gardening began when I was young, and my mom and grandma would garden and preserve salsa and green beans. When Casey and I bought our first house together, we started with a 10×10 garden that got bigger every year! After working in corporate analytics for 6 years, I finally made it back on the farm where I feel most at home. I love working outside and with my best friend. I enjoy making sure everything is well-planned, organized and efficient. I have truly grown to LOVE going to the farmers markets and getting to know all of our amazing customers. It makes me so happy to be able to grow the highest quality produce we can and feed our community.