Saturday, October 10th ~ 10am to 3pm
Join us for a day of family friendly fun, where kids and adults alike can harvest their own jack-o-lanterns, winter squash and pie pumpkins from the Five Foot Farm fields! We'll also have produce, baked goods and hot drinks available for sale. It's a beautiful time of year out here, so grab your friends and family and come on down to enjoy the end of the harvest season with us. We have some beautiful carving pumpkins this year!
We're located at 501 Crescent St in Quincy, right across Hwy 70 from the airport. Look for the big barn and hoop houses, and park on the right hand side of the driveway.
We gladly accept cash or checks. Sorry, no cards.
We love dogs, but not on the farm. Please leave 'em home.
There are no public restrooms on site.
At Five Foot Farm we work to make the town of Quincy, California a healthy and vibrant place by growing fresh, local produce that nourishes both the local community and the land it’s grown on. Through our farming practices we support a healthy farm ecosystem by building soil life, providing habitat and encouraging biodiversity.
We have fun, we work hard and we enjoy the journey of growing good food.
We Love Farming
What's with the name?
We chose the name Five Foot Farm because we're putting the small back in farming! 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 can be an example for small farmers everywhere!
It's tractor time!
Wow! Thanks to help from 117 incredible backers our walking tractor crowdfunding campaign was a success and Five Foot Farm is now the proud owner of a 13 hp BCS walking tractor and implements!
Barnraiser Campaign Wall-O-Fame
These are the incredible backers who have brought a brand new walking tractor into our lives. Her name is Green Tara, she arrived May 15th, and we are head over heels in love with her. Finally, we have a piece of equipment that kicks some ass!
Barbara & Gary Gerber
Bean Head Farm
Dale Ready & Jennifer Kauffman
Darla DeRuiter & Darrel Jury
David & Sharon Covington
David & Mia Van Fleet
Dean & Darlene Oertle
E. Sandy Powell
Emily Webb from Emily's Garden
Inge & Rick Stock
Janet & Peter Rudholm
Jeanene & John Hafen
Jennifer Sumner & Steve Sandry
Jim & Lynn Dow
Jim & Judy Schaber
Judi & Jim Madden
Julie & Pete Hochrein
Karen & Craig Kusener
Ken & Gilda Powell
Laura Rodriguez & Ann Bullard
Linda & Alan DeWolf
Lori & Jeff Hahn
Lou & Bob Boschee
Marisa & Derek Lerch
Mark Serumgard & Jennifer McQuarrie
Michelle Adams & Manuel Boehmer
Peggy & Larry Gustafson
Shoshanna & Eric Amen
Tom Neill & Carrie Hawthorne
Trace & Maralyne Powell
Wahe Guru Kaur
Five Foot Farm is a small scale farm growing a variety of veggies for Plumas County eaters. Read more...
We are Elizabeth Powell and Cody Reed, and we're hooked on farming. Read more...
Our goal is to grow food that is good in every sense - for people, for the environment, for the economy and for our own happiness. Read more...