Remembrance Farm

Organic, Biodynamic produce grown in Trumansburg, NY

Farm Dinner at the Hazelnut
6:30pm Tuesday, Nov. 1st

Our dear friends, Lisa, Justin and Matt, of Hazelnut Kitchen in Trumansburg, are featuring produce from our farm on a lovely prix fixe menu. Very special night!

$55 per person + tax and gratuity by reservation only. Seats are limited.

Please call hazelnut kitchen @ 607-387-4433 to reserve your seat


shaved root vegetable salad with parmesan, tat soi, spicy sea salt

~juve y camps brut cava spain~

rutabaga root soup with spinach, hazelnut pesto, potato croquette

~ castelfeder pinot bianco italy ~

 braised chicken thigh with knodle, chicken jus, kale, sweet pepper relish

~ arndorfer vorteschmack zweiglt ~ 

carrot cake crème brûlée with caramel oatmeal cookie, candied pumpkin seeds

Thank you for supporting HFFA!

Thank you for eating salad for a good cause! For the month of September 2016, our dear friends at Just A Taste (Ithaca) and Hazelnut Kitchen (Trumansburg) both sent all their proceeds (over $1500 combined!!!) from their sales of our Flower Power salad to Healthy Food for All! Thank you to the chefs and diners!

Biodynamic produce to nourish the soul

Remembrance Farm is a 100-acre Biodynamic vegetable farm located in Trumansburg, NY, in the heart of the beautiful Finger Lakes region.  We specialize in growing salad greens and root vegetables for sale to local stores and restaurants, and to individual households through a cooperative Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program known as the Full Plate Farm Collective.

Through fastidious attention to the details of production, we have developed a reputation for consistency and high quality in the crops we grow.  From the beginning, we chose to specialize in a select few cash crops in order to have the  time and attention to grow them well. 

The name, Remembrance Farm, serves as a constant reminder of the inner desires and aims that initially drew us to farming.  We wish to lead a life in which the outer conditions of life support and nurture our inner search for self-knowledge.  We hope that the efforts of that search, as they are made real through our work on the farm, enliven the food we produce in a deeper way.  Such food will, we hope, support both the physical and spiritual health of our customers as they too seek meaning in this life we share.



Nathaniel and Emily Thompson

farmer-owners, Remembrance Farm