Using only the best seeds and the best soil, good water farms is part of a new generation of American farms. By rejecting modernization in the form of modification, good water farms grows NOFA-NY Certified Organic microgreens that aren’t stripped of nutrients,
but abundant in them.
Small but mighty, microgreens, are whole plants harvested at the seedling stage that have been proven to contain four to six times as many nutrients as their full-grown counterparts. good water farms currently grows mulitiple varieties from kale to red shiso, using organic certified soil sourced from New England that has been enriched with blood meal, kelp and compost, to ensure a richness of nutrients and minerals.
Unlike big growers who rely on soil-free techniques like hydroponics, good water farms believes soil is a an essential element, and that each seedling is the creation of a new life.
Conceived by Long Island native Brendan Davison on his travels through the Sacred Valley of Peru, good water farms was inspired by the relationship between Incan descendants, their farmland and the ancient practice of opening sacred space.
good water farms microgreens are available for delivery by the flat, so they can be cut right before use for incomparable freshness, and can be found at markets throughout Long Island and Manhattan.