Growing food & community
At Clover Bee, we farm to steward the land, create traceability, and grow amazing food. We farm as a creative act while hoping to impact your health.
In 2021 we are certified organic by MOSA. Therefore, we cultivate every acre of our farm to improve our land, bring our supporters closer to their food, and make organic food more accessible to all.
Growing the best possible produce is at the heart of why we farm. We do so by utilizing organic farming practices. These ideals create biodiversity, soil building and unique challenges. Through building soil we can create nutrient dense foods.
The result is beautiful, wholesome, delicious produce. We can’t wait to hear what you create with our vegetables.
You can get cooking with our vegetables through CSA boxes, shopping at Kingfield Farmers Market or trying a produce of the week box by ordering here or through local line. Not ready to Join CSA? Consider subsidizing a share by donating to FairShare CSA Coalition.
At Clover Bee Farm, all that we do is rooted in community.
From the seeds we sow to the programs we support, we believe strongly in keeping it local. We’re proud to partner with local restaurants, markets, and various organizations.
was taken from the Emily Dickinson poem
To make a prairie:
To make a prairie it takes a clover and one bee,
One clover, and a bee.
The revery alone will do,
If bees are few.
Follow the farm
Farming on indigenous land. 2022 Plant sales are live. Find us in 2022 at Kingfield market, MLK JR. Park Sundays 8:30-1.
When we’re not at market or making deliveries,
we’re happily at home on the farm.
We’d love to have you over for a visit and show you around. All we ask is that you give us 24 hours’ notice.
35145 Reed Ave
Shafer, MN 55074