If you’re interested in joining our CSA for the 2023 season, please email us!
Welcome to DRY CREEK RANCH.
Dry Creek Ranch is all about creating a one-of-a-kind living experience. It all started with a dream to develop Idaho’s first truly sustainable community, with a focal point on healthy living. Specifically, we noticed there is incredible demand in the Treasure Valley for a locally sourced, farm to table lifestyle. Upon hiring a dedicated farm manager, allotting acreage to the project, and ensuring the highest quality farming procedures, we’re proud of Dry Creek Ranch’s Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program. This means residents and members of the surrounding communities will have the chance to sign up to receive produce that is planted, raised, and harvested right from Dry Creek Ranch’s property.
Sign up for 2023 as Dry Creek Ranch Neighborhood Farmbegins its fifth harvest and deliveries.
Join us June 10th from 7-9pm for our second ever dinner on the farm!
Featuring Chef Sarah of Petite 4 preparing an excellent menu of DCR produce, local meat, and fun summer wines. Seating is limited.
Plant Your Roots Here
- Dedicated and experienced Farm Manager, Dan Meyer
- Tuesday (4p-6p) and Saturday (9a-12p) Farmer’s Markets
- No pesticides, no herbicides, naturally grown, locally sourced compost
- On-site greenhouse for propagation and opportunities for future expansion
Arugula, Baby Kale, Beets, Bell Peppers, Boc Choi, Broccoli, Cabbage, Carrots, Cauliflower, Chard, Collards, Corn, Cucumbers, Fresh Beans, Green Onions, Ground Cherry, Head Lettuce, Hot Peppers, Kale, Kohlrabi, Leeks, Lettuce Mix, Melons, Mizuna, Onions, Peas, Pumpkins, Radish, Spinach, Summer Squash, Tomatillo, Tomatoes, Turnip, Various Flowers, and Winter Squash
- Up to 20 weeks of produce delivered to your door (DCR residents only)
- $450 for Dry Creek Ranch Residents
- Volunteer opportunities to learn, plant and harvest, and meet your neighbors
Meet our FARMER.
Dan has been farming in Boise since 2010. He apprenticed on a small farm after graduating college with a degree in business management and no idea what he wanted to be when he “grew up.” He quickly fell in love with the land and the work and has been an innovative farmer ever since, pioneering the creation of Dry Creek Ranch Neighborhood Farm.