Great Basin Community Food Co-Op
Bee Here Now
0.09 acres in Wadsworth, Nevada
34 miles to market
24 miles as the crow flies
Bee Here Now Farm was started January 2017. In an effort to improve our local food supply, farmer Nick Hill uses high crop rotation, ad organic, sustainable farming techniques, to grow high quality salad greens, micro-greens, and root crops. Our farm is a place of unity, peace, and freedom, with good intentions and well-being infusing into everything we grow. Nourish your body, nourish your soul.
We produce mostly: salad greens, tatsoi, mustard greens, kale, tomatoes, basil, cilantro, carrots, arugula, and radishes. These high rotation crops allow a few cuttings before we plant something else in those rows. In the spring and fall, we can cut the salad greens, arugula, and tatsoi, 3-4 times before they bolt. In the height of the summer we may only get two cuttings before having to replant. Radishes and carrots are bi-rotation crops and are therefor placed in dedicated plots. We are following a crop plan developed by Curtis Stone, who does Urban Farming in Canada in the same growing region as we are in Reno. The nature of our urban farming plan allows for growth according to demand.