Seton Harvest, a community supported agriculture initiative sponsored by the Daughters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul. The certified Naturally Grown farm uses the land in a just and environmentally conscious way by sharing locally grown food with shareholders and persons who are financially poor and hungry in our community.

In 2013 Seton Harvest harvested 47,594 pounds of produce with 10,481 pounds of produce going to many shelters, food banks and church pantries. A portion of each week’s harvest goes directly to nearly a dozen different charities serving the poor and hungry including:
+ Ozanam Family Shelter
+ St. Vincent Day Care
+ Evansville Christian Life Center
+ Many others
Since our first growing season in 2006, Seton Harvest has donated over 69,000 pounds of fresh naturally grown produce.


2014 Shareholder Applications

We currently do not have any available shares for the 2014 growing season.

»» 2014shareholderapplicationform.doc


SOLD OUT FOR OUR SEPTEMBER FARM-TO-TABLE DINNER!

September 27th

We are excited to announce that WE ARE COMPLETELY SOLD OUT!!

Thank you to everyone who has bought tickets to our farm to table dinner in 2 weeks!!


All of the proceeds from our event will help us to continue to provide the less fortunate with fresh naturally grown produce. This would not be possible with you!

Watch for next years FARM TO TABLE DINNER dates!


Support Seton Harvest with a Schnucks eScript Customer Card!

Request a card from one of our local Schnucks OR we can mail one directly to you.
You may pay for your groceries any way you choose. Simply present your card to generate contributions from Schnucks to Seton Harvest.

The more you shop, the higher the contribution will be to Seton Harvest!! For every dollar you spend, Schnucks will contribute up to 3 percent of your purchase amount.

Contact Julie Dietz for more information at 812-963-7693.


Job Opportunity

Seasonal Farm Assistant (March-November)

Seasonal farm assistant position available at Seton Harvest. Must possess an understanding of or willingness to learn organic farming practices, including soil amendment processes, composting, weed management, harvesting methods, irrigation techniques and greenhouse operations. Must be able to endure at least eight hours continuous work requiring physical demands, including, but not limited to standing, walking, climbing, stooping, bending, stretching, pushing, pulling and lifting. Able to work outdoors at least 90% of an eight-hour day.
Must know how to safely operate and care for agricultural equipment, demonstrate positive attitude, creative thinking and self-motivational skills.

High school graduate or the equivalent required; additional courses in agriculture or horticulture preferred.

Applications along with a resume may be submitted to:
AMBER SCHIFF, DIRECTOR OF HUMAN RESOURCES
9200 NEW HARMONY ROAD
EVANSVILLE, IN 47720
amber.schiff@doc.org


 

2014 Growing Season Pick-up

Pick-up for the 2014 Growing season will start on Saturday, May 24.

For Shareholders who are a SATURDAY pick-up, your pick-up times are 8:00 a.m.- 11:00 a.m. with the orientation starting at 9:00 a.m.

For Shareholders who are a TUESDAY pick-up, your pick-up times are 4:00 p.m.- 7:00 p.m. with the orientation starting at 5:30 p.m..

 

WELCOME TO THE FARM

Welcome Sister Maurenn

We would like to welcome Sister Maureen to the Seton Harvest team. Sister Maureen was missioned here as our Sister support for the farm. She comes to us from Gloverville, SC. Her experience with food comes from being the director of a very large food bank in Tuba City Az., where she lived on a Javajo Reservation.
As Sister Support, she will have her hands down and dirty on the farm, planting, weeding, harvesting, whatever Farmer Joe needs, as well has helping with the outreach. She will be going to health fairs, Farmer's Markets, school function and helping with the annual fundraisers.
Having a Sister commissioned to the farm is something that we have been wanting for the past several years.

We are truly blessed to have her with us