Dixie Fire Relief Funds
Two of our good family friends just lost their homes and farms to the Dixie Fire. If you are able please visit the GoFundMe pages below to contribute to their relief funds. These are loving kind families who need to feel the support of their community in this crazy trying time. Thanks much for whatever you are able to contribute, and for sharing. Be well!
The Lost Sierra Food Project is a wonderful new non-profit that has set up shop at our farm, and the organization's founders Leslie Pace and Jessie Mazar did a bang up job of engaging the community in growing beautiful food this year. Their mission is to support our local food system and community in the Lost Sierra through food access, education and job training. Please follow them on their Instagram and Facebook page to stay up to date and learn how to support their good work.
My apologies for not updating our website this year! Between a new baby and COVID my mind has been elsewhere. Though Five Foot Farm is not producing as of now, the farm land is still growing food and I'm still involved to a small extent. I'll leave this website up for now, though the information about what we're up to is out of date. -Farmer Elizabeth
Five Foot Farm is a small scale farm growing a variety of berries and veggies for the people of Plumas County. Read more...
Meet the farmer who tends the rows... along with lots of help from our community! Read more...
Our goal is to grow food that is good in every sense - for people, for the environment, and for our own happiness. Read more...
What's with the name?
We chose the name Five Foot Farm because the farm's founders - Elizabeth and Cody - are each just over 5 feet tall. In an age where farms are dominated by big corporations and the farmer stereotype is a muscular 6 foot tall dude, we're proud to diversify the field. We hope that Five Foot Farm serves as an example that people of all shapes and sizes can work hard and contribute to the movement of small farms growing real food.