Harmony Farm in Goshen NY is located on a 300+ acre property owned by the Sisters of Saint Dominic of Blauvelt. The farm, a project of the Dominican Sisters, started as a small community garden and has grown to a small 4 acre farm.

The Harmony Farm Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program aims to restore the connection between people, their food, and the land. Members and their families are always welcome at the farm and have the opportunity to see where their food comes from and how it is grown. We encourage their participation in the garden through a limited number of working shares, various volunteer opportunities throughout the season, and organized community events on the farm.

Harmony Farm is dedicated to creating an environmentally sustainable model of successful small-scale farming. We adhere to the principles and practices of both organic and biodynamic farming, treating the farm as a whole organism and promoting natural processes that facilitate the production of healthy food. The soil is the base of all life on the farm. By nurturing healthy soils and a balanced ecosystem, we can produce healthy plants with strong resistance to pest and disease problems, eliminating the need for chemical pest and disease controls that may pollute our environment and poison our bodies.

At Harmony Farm we also realize the importance of economic sustainability in successful small scale farming. We strive to provide our farmer with a living wage and deliver our produce to local families at reasonable prices. By adopting and developing low-input, efficient farming practices and investing in appropriate technology, we can enhance productivity while minimizing our environmental impact.