Cloughjordan Community Farm is a member-owned farm on the Tipperary Offaly border using biodynamic and organic farming methods, we aim to produce the highest quality, nutritionally dense vegetables, while also reducing the environmental impact of producing this food. Since we started in 2008, we’ve been supplying fresh produce daily to over 70 households in the area. The money gathered from members is used to pay our farmers a salary, to purchase seeds and equipment and to lease the land we farm. Everything that comes off the land then belongs to the members. Members also have free or low cost access to all of our training and educational events. Our primary goal is to provide the most nutritionally complete vegetables and fruit possible. Vegetables grown in healthy, nutrient rich soil taste amazing! ..this makes being a part of Cloughjordan Community Farm a unique experience, as members are directly connected to the source of your food. We know the people who grow our food and can explore the place it came from with weekly harvest reports, farm news and farm visits.
How does it Work?
Members pay a regular contribution to cover administration, running costs and wages of our growers. In return we all receive a regular supply of farm fresh vegetables in season, delivered twice a week to a central collection point. We also arrange regular farm walks, community meals and educational events. Check out our Facebook and Twitter feed to keep up to date with what’s happening.
Can I Join?
If you can collect your produce in Cloughjordan, you’re eligible to be a member – it’s as simple as that!
Our pricing structure means being a member and sharing all this quality produce is affordable for everyone. For more information about what’s coming up, what we’re doing, or if you want to become a member please find out to join us here!
Our Vision is:
to grow, distribute and consume food from a local member owned farm
to provide a wide variety of seasonal vegetables, salads, herbs and fruits to farm members at a local distribution point
to grow to organic farming standards, without the use of pesticides, herbicides, fungicides or artificial fertilisers.
to grow heritage varieties, to save our own seeds and to enrich the soil using biodynamic methods
to providing local employment and include a variety of volunteer effort
to be an educational and social resource for the local and wider community