Welcome to All Seasons Farm! All Seasons Farm is a family owned independent farm located in the heart of Southern Illnois. Our primary purpose is to simply grow great food that will surprise and delight its eaters! We grow a wide variety of old fashioned but great tasting fresh vegetables and fruits as well as a number of heirlooms adapted to our climate and soils. Our varieties are selected and grown for taste and quality, not yield. Small scale biointensive farming practices are used to carefully nurture each plant with our hands, backs, and small tools. Nutritionally dense, our produce is grown in soils rich in minerals and watered by the rain and sweet spring water.
All Seasons Farm is USDA Certified Organic by Midwest Organic Services Association, which means that we pay an independent licensed certifying agency to inspect our farm, review our records and approve our organic methods. The dollars and time in managing and applying for this certification upholds our mission to be able to assure our customers that we are accountable to the highest organic standards.
Simply Grow Great Food
Stir-fry in large wok or skillet several bunches chopped mixed leafy greens (mustard, chard, beet greens, cabbage leaves, kale, escarole...) Add greens a little at a time, and when wilted down, add m
You should not count calories when you make a potato gratin, but this version really is relatively low-calorie. It contains only enough butter to grease the dish and considerably less cream than
SautÃ© 4 c. chopped leeks or onions in 2 tbs butter until soft. Add 2 quarts water or vegetable broth and simmer another 20 min. Add salt or soy sauce to taste. For a treat, ladle soup into bowls