Seabreeze Organic Farm

Welcome to Seabreeze Organic Farm, located in Carmel Valley, San Diego.  We have been growing (vegetables), (flowers), fruits, herbs and (chicken eggs) for fellow San Diegans for 28 years.  We are a true family farm.  We live on the land, produce nutritious and fresh food products, care for our farm animals, promote biodiversity and protect our environment.  We are the last remaining food producing farm in Carmel Valley.

Seabreeze is a designated (Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)) model. We deliver directly to your home or office (since 1997), saving you time and cost.  We are not more expensive than other CSA’s.  We provide more product for your nutritional requirements and take them directly to your door.  Members are encouraged to visit the farm and see for yourselves where your food is grown.

There are newbie businesses that are capitalizing on the public’s desire for fresher, more nutritious and convenient food.  Don’t be fooled.  They are either ‘out of towners’ or just buying and reselling their wares.  They are not real family farmers.

Please join us in our quest to ensure a safe, clean and traceable food system – from farms to family.

Our goal is to provide you with a nutritional array of vegetables and fruits for your weekly needs.

We take good care of our Members. 

Vegetables:  We grow with the seasons producing chemical/petroleum ​​ and gmofree vegetables ranging from arugula to zucchini.  We grow the majority of the vegetables and we partner with a few select vegetable and fruit organic growers to provide additional needed nutritional diversity.

 

Flowers:  Our flowers are a necessary component of the farm providing pleasure to our Members and a habitat for the myriad of bees, pollinating insects (both day and night), birds and other animals.  Our bouquets are in the style of English country gardens.

 

Chicken eggs:  We maintain a small flock of both chickens and ducks for their eggs (no slaughter) and their role in insect control.  They have access to the outdoors and fresh grass every day and are tucked away in secure coops during the night for protection against predators.  We also partner with another larger California organic chicken farm that provides certified organic, free-range access, no soy, and no GMO products.   All eggs are gathered daily and are packed in recycled cartons.

CSA: 

United States

Department of Agriculture (USDA) definition of a CSA:

Community Supported Agriculture consists of a community of individuals who pledge support to a farm operation so that the farmland becomes, either legally or spiritually, the community’s farm, with the growers and consumers providing mutual support and sharing the risks and benefits of food production. Typically, members or “share-holders” of the farm or garden pledge in advance to cover the anticipated costs of the farm operation and farmer’s salary. In return, they receive shares in the farm’s bounty throughout the growing season, as well as satisfaction gained from reconnecting to the land and participating directly in food production. Members also share in the risks of farming, including poor harvests due to unfavorable weather or pests. By direct sales to community members, who have provided the farmer with working capital in advance, growers receive better prices for their crops, gain some financial security, and are relieved of much of the burden of marketing.