Wednesday | September 14, 2022


Last Chance for Pie Fest Tickets!

Pre-Order Ticket Sales Close at 12pm This Friday

Live Music, Blue Ribbon BBQ, Family Fun Games and More!

Ensure your spot at Pie Fest this Sunday, Sept. 18th, from 11am-3pm as we celebrate Harvest Weekend! Ticket Holders will enjoy a generous lunch provided by Blue Ribbon BBQ while rocking out to live music by Crossroads! Enter our Pie Eating Contest, have your face painted, make apple cider & so much more! Fall treats including pies, apple cider donuts, and seasonal local beverages available for purchase during the event. Ticket sales end Friday at 12pm. Same day tickets can be purchased as available on a first come first served basis. Special thanks to our sponsors for this event: Flower Box GardensLookout Farm, Concord Market, and Kanner Family Orchard.


(pre-order closes Friday, 9/16, at 12pm)

Pre-Order: Family 4 pack $90 includes 2 adult bev. tickets;

Single tickets: Adults $35 / Kids (4-12) $15 / Ages 3 and younger are free

Day of: Adults $40 / Kids $20 (first come first served basis)

Adult Beverage Tickets: $5 each



Welcome to Fall on the Farm!

We would like to thank everyone for their support and patience through the season. The Farm has gone through many changes and growth these past few months, and we are so fortunate to have such as supportive community. Land's Sake Farm celebrates the bountiful harvest ahead and looks forward to sharing our delicious vegetables with the community.


We are beyond grateful to our farmers for working through extensive heat and humidity this past summer in effort to keep our crops thriving. Mother Nature throws some curve balls every year, which is why we are a diversified vegetable farm.

Per our Farm Manager, Brendan: "we plan and plant with built in redundancy. Every year we have some crops that are suited for the conditions and others that are not. This changes from year-to-year and is key to the success of the farm."

Flower Garden Manager JT welcomes fall: "darker skies, cooler mornings, and the increasing presence of plants going to seed all around us are indisputable signs of autumn’s approach. It is the beginning of September every year that seems to stir up the desire to start putting up the harvest in everyone."

"Just like the bees and wasps have become frantic in their efforts to gather up whatever sweetness they can find, us humans are buzzing around, gathering what we can to begin preparations for the long dark winter. Garlic and onions have been cured and stored, potatoes are piling up in the cooler, and tomatoes are finding their ways into jars and onto shelves."


The full Moon that happens nearest to the fall equinox (September 22 or 23) always takes on the name “Harvest Moon.”

Unlike other full Moons, this full Moon rises at nearly the same time—around sunset—for several evenings in a row, giving farmers several extra evenings of moonlight and allowing them to finish their harvests before the frosts of fall arrive. Read more about the Harvest Moon!


Visit the farmstand in our new barn for the last taste of summer and the start of fall! The corn and tomatoes are nearing the end, but we have tons of pumpkins, squash, and mums available. We are just starting to get into our wide variety of winter squash! Stop by Tuesday - Friday, 11am-6pm, and Saturday/Sunday 10am-3pm (closed on Mondays). Happy Fall!

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