Pachamama Farm is nestled beside a drumlin in Farmington, NY, and thrives on some of the richest soil in the region. This rich and fertile land enables our farm to grow an array of hearty vegetables on a small scale.
Motivated stewards of this valuable resource, Ben Eskind and Emma Brinkman started the farm in 2013 on just one acre of land. Production doubled in 2014 and expanded again in 2015 from one to two acres.
Over 50 varieties of vegetables and herbs are grown for distribution to local chefs and CSA members. Pachamama Farm DOES NOT use synthetic pesticides, herbicides, or chemicals in their commitment to sustainability. All farm work is done with an eye to soil health, doing much of the work by hand to minimize impact and maintain fertility.