I don’t insist that everything is organic. First of all, we can’t afford it. Secondly, there are many places that grow their food or raise their animals with completely natural and sustainable practices, but can’t afford to jump through the hoops that the USDA requires to get organic certification.
Still, I do choose organic frequently. I always make sure I buy something from the one organic vendor, DanLynn Farms, that sets up shop at the Collingswood Farmers Market each week. I know that their organic certification comes at a price, and I want to contribute just a little bit to ensure they keep up the good work.
I found a list on New Jersey Leisure Guide that has all the organic farms in South Jersey.
145 Perkintown Road
Pedricktown, NJ 08067
A NOFA Certified Organic Farm for vegetables with a self-serve farm stand, from 9am – 8pm, or twilight, starting the first Saturday in May and ending the last Saturday before Thanksgiving.
Emery’s Organic Blueberry Farm
346 Long Swamp Rd.
New Egypt, NJ 08533
Their 60 acre farm, located ten minutes from Great Adventure, is heavily dedicated to growing Certified Organic Blueberries that can be purchased at their on-site farm market and U-pick it in the fields. They also have pumpkin picking and sell a variety of jams and pies and are open 7 days a week, 9-6pm, April 4th – Dec 24th
Good Tree Farm of New Egypt
82 Jacobstown Rd.
New Egypt NJ USA 08533
Over 55 acres with two forested areas and a stream that divides the farm into two nearly equal halves growing organically cultivated field crops and a permanent pasture for sheep and goats. They also support Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) programs and community activities (such as festivals, sports meets, educational agri-tourism activities and workshops) There are an additional 4 acres dedicated to picnic, camping, volleyball and group activities for those who register to become farm members and pay the farm services & access fee.
Honey Brook Organic Farm
260 Wargo Road
Pennington NJ 08534
One of the oldest operating vegetable organic farms in New Jersey, and the oldest certified organic Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program in the state. They also have pick your own crops including: strawberries, raspberries, blackberries, snap peas, cherry, currant, grape and plum tomatoes, flowers, snap beans, edamame soybeans, okra, hot peppers, herbs and tomatillos.
JAH’S Creation Organic Farm
Egg Harbor Township, NJ
They offer Jersey fresh organic produce for sale throughout the growing season. The produce is grown on 12 certified organic acres of land. CSA members receive a ½ bushel box of locally grown organic vegetables, herbs, and melon delivered to their door each week for 24 weeks.
1639 Pitman Downer Road
They offer a CSA program that provides a weekly supply of locally-grown, organic produce at a reasonable price. The program runs for sixteen weeks. Come to the farm once a week during the season and fill your own basket with a variety of fresh produce.