New Leaf Farms is an organic farm located on Allyn Creek Road in Hiram Township. Founded in the 1860s, the farm has a proud history here in the Western Reserve, one that we aim to continue.

Located on 70 beautiful acres of old growth forest and rolling fields, we offer a wide variety of vegetables and blueberries, specializing in unique heirloom varieties.

At New Leaf Farms, we offer many ways to enjoy our produce:

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Our CSA is a 16 to 20 week subscription that entitles you to a ‘share’ of what our farm grows this season. By purchasing a share, you will receive the freshest, best-tasting produce around while supporting local agriculture. You simply put on your boots and gloves and head out to the field to pick whatever you want to take home. It’s a great way to be “picky” and find the biggest, most delicious vegetable to eat and share with family and friends. For those who don’t care to pick their own, step inside our Farm Stand to find an assortment of freshly picked produce for sale. Everything is hand washed and ready to eat. Local grocers who are interested in providing their customers with top quality, organically grown produce are encouraged to contact us. We are known for our amazing blueberries, but can also supply a variety of other vegetables.

You can also simply become a member of our farm for a small yearly fee, and easy become a part of our farm family to grow familiar to what we do, how direct from farm-to-table is different and better than grocery-bought produce.

We are part of an ever growing trend of small farms that offer consumers mindfully sourced produce and farm items grown and produced locally and sustainably. We take great pride in being part of this small farm market, and are involved throughout Northeast Ohio in Cooperatives that work together to get these products to you. From farm to fork, we ensure that you get the best available.

There are many tangible and intangible benefits to being part of a small organic farm. Come and take part in this system. Bring the children and show them where their food comes from.

Since purchasing the farm from the Bartlett family in 2007, Scott Grimm has worked hard to maintain its tradition of respecting the land and producing top-quality organic produce.  He can share with you his vision for New leaf farms and healthy farming of the future.  We look forward to seeing you soon.