To us, here at Field House Farms, the good life is a connection deeper than friends and family. Deeper than feast and hard work, it is a connection to the land. A connection to the fields and faspa that spurred this space a hundred years ago; a thousand years ago. A reconnection to the truth that was lost somewhere along the line of urban development and innovation. This space is wild, this place is rich, and ready to provide.
The truth is simple, so we try to live it.
FH FARMS PROJECT
We’ve come a long way since starting our food program in 2016. One thing we’ve always known is local food is an important part of our food culture and we’re so excited to be a part of it!
We began our farming journey by sharing underutilized land in the Valley where we discovered the joy of sinking our hands into the fertile soil. Together, we planted our intentions, seed by seed, and the result was intoxicating. We knew this was only the beginning and that local food would always play a huge role in our business. We have had our farmland for two years and we’ve been learning a lot while we grow along with it.
Our little farm has doubled in size since last year and is producing a lot of food! The fresh produce harvested from our farm is crafted into dishes on our Canteen Menu. It’s also for sale through our Online Shop and helps provide funding for the Archway Food Bank! We feel pretty good about growing nourishing food to feed our community.
Our Farm Lead, Victoria, plans future crops with our Chefs + Brew Crew to accommodate seasonality into every dish and brew. Together, concocting inventive ways of utilizing every sprig and stem, every edible piece of the plant to eliminate waste and spur creativity. We want everything we provide to taste like it was freshly plucked from our garden, because it was.
With a LOT of hard work and dedication, our daily harvest is brought to Field House as a part of our Farms project. To provide our community with sustenance produced within the Valley by crafting goodness, and being purveyors of the good life.
FROM THE FIELD