A Teaching, Organic Farm A Teaching, Organic Farm HELPING YUMANS & HELPING YUMANS HELP THEMSELVES
A Teaching, Organic Farm A Teaching, Organic Farm HELPING YUMANS & HELPING YUMANS HELP THEMSELVES
A Teaching, Organic Farm A Teaching, Organic Farm HELPING YUMANS & HELPING YUMANS HELP THEMSELVES
A Teaching, Organic Farm A Teaching, Organic Farm HELPING YUMANS & HELPING YUMANS HELP THEMSELVES
A Teaching, Organic Farm A Teaching, Organic Farm HELPING YUMANS & HELPING YUMANS HELP THEMSELVES
A Teaching, Organic Farm A Teaching, Organic Farm HELPING YUMANS & HELPING YUMANS HELP THEMSELVES
A Teaching, Organic Farm A Teaching, Organic Farm HELPING YUMANS & HELPING YUMANS HELP THEMSELVES
A Teaching, Organic Farm A Teaching, Organic Farm HELPING YUMANS & HELPING YUMANS HELP THEMSELVES
A Teaching, Organic Farm A Teaching, Organic Farm HELPING YUMANS & HELPING YUMANS HELP THEMSELVES
A Teaching, Organic Farm A Teaching, Organic Farm HELPING YUMANS & HELPING YUMANS HELP THEMSELVES
A Teaching, Organic Farm A Teaching, Organic Farm HELPING YUMANS & HELPING YUMANS HELP THEMSELVES
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Community Service
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Nutrition
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Sustainability
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Civic Pride
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Charity Self Reliance

Love Tree Farm’s Mission is to End Hunger and Food Insecurity in Yuma County.
We do this in two complimentary ways:

1. We donate 100% of all the food we grow and produce.
2. We teach our community to be more Self-Reliant against Hunger and Food Insecurity with workshops on how to: have an abundant garden at home year-round, raise chickens for meat and eggs, and maximize the nutritional value of every meal.
 

 

  • Lettuce
  • Spinach
  • Cauliflower
  • Broccoli
  • Tomatoes
  • Bell Peppers
  • Jalapenos
  • Corn
  • Cantaloupe
  • Honey Dew
  • Egg Plant
  • Radishes
  • Watermelon
  • Herbs
  • Onions
  • Squash
  • Cucumbers
  • Beans
  • Beets
  • Carrots
  • Sunflowers
  • Kale
  • Peas
 

 

About Us

Love Tree Farm was founded in 2015 by Isaac Russell and his wife Lia Littlewood. Through fundraising for, and their friendship with Mike Ivers, Isaac and Lia fully committed to addressing the problem of Food Insecurity in Yuma County.

How could nearly every other child, and nearly one in four households, not know where their next meal was coming from, when we’re literally surrounded by some of the most fertile farmland on earth? Why isn’t everyone engaged in solving this critical problem? They figured that, if they could make a difference, they should make as big a difference as possible.

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