Help us take our farm to the next level! We have poured lots of time, energy and money into growing our business and are considering the next steps to keep it growing and thriving! The farm spans two adjacent urban lots on Cleveland's west side with lots of infrastructure and systems already in place. We live here and own the house next door (currently rented to non-farming couple) and an ideal arrangement would be a farm couple/family that wants to pursue farming as a career, live next door, work on the farm with us and ultimately take over the farm. We'd love to talk with anyone interested about a mutually beneficial arrangement!
Urban farm in Northeast Ohio
Farmer or farm family
3612 W 114th St, Cleveland, OH 44111
Total number of acres available with this property:
Total acres available for agriculture:
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Quality of land:
Urban farm in Cleveland. Soil fertility has been stewarded since 2017. Diverse vegetable, herb and flower crops grown using organic practices (not certified). Primarily clay soil amended with compost.
- Water Access
- Barn(s) and/or Shed(s)
- Farmer Housing
- Equipment and Machinery
Water sources details:
City water, rain water collection (2 - 1100 gal tanks) pumped into drip irrigation in tunnels.
Farmer housing details:
3 br, 2 bath house available for rent on property
Equipment and machinery details:
Grillo 107d 2-wheel walk behind tractor with tiller, flail mower, rotary plow, chipper/shredder attachments; several hand cultivation tools; wash/pack infrastructure, including cold storage; germination area and set up
Farm infrastructure details:
1 - 30'x72' high tunnel, 1 - 20'x92' tunnel with ridge vent, 1 - 12'x28' high tunnel, 1 - 13'x18' glass greenhouse, 1 tool shed
Seeking farm family partner to live and work next door to us for a few years with option to ultimately take over the business. This is an established urban farm with customer base and infrastructure. Ideal partner would come with farming experience and knowledge, but desire to work hard and learn about farming is more important as we are willing to train the right candidate(s).