We are adapting as we adjust operations on the farm due to COVID-19. One major change is that we now take pre-orders! To keep up with the latest availability, sign up for our Weekly Farm News Newsletter HERE. To see the latest newsletters, go HERE.
NOTE: if you receive an error message indicating that the form is closed, that’s because orders aren’t yet open. If you think the message is a mistake, please email us or text us + we’ll get back to you.
To use Farmigo
We’ve launched our new ordering platform for our CSA members and it’s working great! Please check out this one minute informational video to see how it works.
1) Go to the store.
2) Create account.
3) Be sure you are in the “In Good Heart Farm Store” NOT “**for CSA Members ONLY**
4) Add items to your cart.
5) Click on your cart and checkout when you are ready. You may pay with PayPal or a check. You will receive a confirmation email upon submission.
We will open up orders Saturdays at 9 am. You may place your orders for any of our three pick up locations/days at that time. However, there are order deadlines associated with each location. Orders are first come, first served. As the week progresses, we will update inventory, so if you are ordering for Thursday or Saturday pick up, you can check in every once in a while to see if things are restocked or if new items were added.
Fearrington Farmers Market
Tuesdays, 4-6 pm
Place orders no later than 6 am Mondays.
Pittsboro Farmers Market
Thursdays, 3-6 pm
Place orders no later than 6 am Wednesdays.
The Farm Stand
*Contact-Free Pick Up*
Place orders no later than 6 am Fridays.
Our Spring CSA is full + we are waiting to open up the Fall + Winter seasons for now. We need to adjust to the current season + focus all our efforts on minimizing risk + maintaining social distance. We will announce when we open up the CSA sign ups in our weekly newsletter linked above.
As always, please give us a call, send us a text, or send us an email if you have any questions or concerns.
Patricia (919) 637-0666
Ben (919) 417-0705
We are a small, family farm located in Pittsboro, NC. The farm is worked by Ben Shields & Patricia Parker. We often have the help of CSA members, other volunteers & interns around here & for that we are grateful!
We not only grow everything that we sell/offer through CSA, we start everything but our strawberry plants from seed ourselves. About half of our seeds are heirloom & none are GMO.
Please have a look around to learn more about us. If you have any questions, always feel free to send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call/text us at (919) 637-0666 or (919) 417-0705.
We’ve been with Ben and Patricia for 5+ years and have always been happy with the wonderful variety of veggies throughout the year. Having visited and helped out on the farm many times, I can personally vouch for the high standards (beyond Organic) and effort that they put into every crop season after season. Not to mention that they are wonderful people, and give even more back to the community through their ‘Farm It Forward’ program.Kevin Gordon
I can’t speak highly enough of In Good Heart Farm. Ben and Patricia (Elliott too) are amazing people and grow the best veggies around. They will ease you into their CSA if you are new to local eating and offer a large variety of veggie options. Everything tastes better than if you were to buy it at the store. My three year old loves munching on their delicious carrots raw, but won’t touch a store bought carrot unless its cooked. She says it just doesn’t taste the same! She is so right! It’s not just the carrots, everything they grow is superior!
Ben and Patricia are really some of the nicest and most genuine people you’ll ever meet, so passionate about what they do. It really shows in the quality of their produce.
I could go on and on about how fantastic this CSA is…but…really…if you want to feed your family local and sustainably grown produce… join.Laura Landahl
I have been a CSA member with In Good Heart for nearly 4 years, and I could not recommend it enough. The produce is always high caliber – beautiful, delicious, and sustainably grown. Participating in the CSA has helped me to eat more healthily, and the cost is a great value for the amount and quality of produce you receive every week.
Farm owners Ben and Patricia are thoughtful about what they grow, choosing an interesting selection of produce throughout the seasons, which means you always have a lot of diversity in your weekly share. They are also very helpful in providing tips and tricks for cooking, prepping, and storing all of your veggie treats.
There is a real sense of community around the CSA, with weekly emails about your farm share, annual farm parties, and friendly hellos in abundance. Ben and Patricia put a great deal of love and care into running their farm, and it comes through in everything they do. If you are looking for a CSA, you couldn’t choose better!Meredith Rike