Native Offerings Farm

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Native Offerings Farm, LLC is Certified Naturally Grown; a certification program only available to farmers that support and supply local markets and have demonstrated a history of environmentally sound farming practices. They use the publicly available USDA National Organic Standards as the basis of their growing practices. Standards prohibit the use of synthetic pesticides, herbicides, fungicides and fertilizers.

You'll find Native Offerings, ten miles west of Ellicottville, NY, where they grow vegetables and herbs and raise beef and pork on some of the best land in Cattaraugus County.  Deeply committed to ecological farming, and following organic standards, which prohibit the use of synthetic pesticides, herbicides, fungicides and fertilizers. Joining them in Community Supported Agriculture (CSA), you not only get incredibly fresh and great tasting vegetables full of nutrients and vitality, but a food source you can trust.

Photo of one of their pick up sites
Native Offerings Farm
8501 Maples Road
Little Valley, NY 14755
United States
Phone: 716-257-3006
42° 20' 56.1192" N, 78° 47' 9.4416" W

General Information

  • Wheelchair Accessible: Unknown
  • Parking: Yes
  • RV Parking: Yes
  • Bus Parking: Yes
  • Pets Allowed: Unknown
  • Accepts Credit Cards: Yes
  • Internet Access: Unknown
  • Conference / Meeting / Banquet: Unknown
  • Playground: Unknown
  • Indoor Pool: Unknown
  • Outdoor Pool: Unknown
  • Swimming:
  • Boat Launch or Dock:
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  • Equestrian Trail Access: Unknown
  • Bicycle Trail Access: Unknown
  • Hiking Trail Access: Unknown
  • Mountain Biking Trail Access: Unknown
  • Snowmobile Trail Access: Unknown

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