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Educate. Nourish. Healthy.

Since 2009, York Meadow Farm has been has been a family-owned, small-acre, regenerative farm built from scratch.

Guided by our dreams of a new life path, we’ve fused old traditions with unique techniques from across the world to create interesting flavors and products for your family.

York Meadow Farm incorporates organic, sustainable, and regenerative farming practices into the production of the food and all the other products we create.

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Fermented Provisions:

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Natural Fermentation

The process of lacto-fermentation is one in which natural bacteria feed on the sugar and starch in foods creating lactic acid. This not only preserves the food but creates beneficial enzymes, B-vitamins, Omega-3 fatty acids and various strains of probiotics.

York Meadow Farm produces small, hand-crafted, batches of different fermented foods locally in Medina, Ohio. We want to give our customers crisp, delicious, and healthy lacto-fermented vegetables. Most of all, we want to expand people’s palates and demonstrate the versatility of lacto-fermented foods in the kitchen.

 

Bath & Body Products

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Cleanse, moisturize and soothe your skin with our handmade bath and body product line. Our natural body and skin care products are made with all natural oils and plant butters, pure essential oils, and natural herbs, and spices. 

York Meadow Farm has spent years meticulously crafting recipes to develop mild, and skin-nourishing bath and body products. Our focus on natural ingredients to clean, moisturize, and soothe your skin leaves you feeling nourished and refreshed.

Simple recipes using all natural ingredients.

Soil-Grown Produce

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The Founders

Robert J. Kaiser, Jr. and Denise Kaiser purchased the land where York Meadow Farm is located in Medina, Ohio in 2005. At that time our farmland was being conventionally farmed in grain, as it had been for decades. Five years after purchasing the land, Bob Kaiser assembled the family to plant approximately 100 blueberry bushes. The following year, Bob and Denise made their first appearance at the Medina Farmers Market, located downtown in the beautiful Medina Public Square Historic District. Over the years, we’ve learned about organic, sustainable, and regenerative farming practices. We continue to work with our community to build and develop those skills as we build a family-owned small-acre regenerative farm from scratch. Educate. Nourish. Healthy.