Gardens of Eagan

Gardens of Eagan is a 100 acre, urban-edge, vegetable farm, providing certified organic produce to the Twin Cities and surrounding communities.  Its proximity to a metropolitan area allows the farm to serve as an educational resource to consumers and farmers through its 501 (c) 3 non-profit, The Organic Field School.  Gardens of Eagan is a demonstration of the logic, elegance, and viability of ecologically based, organic food production.

Originally in Eagan, Gardens of Eagan was established by Martin Diffley in 1973 and co-operated with Atina Diffley through 2007. It is now owned by the Wedge Community Co-op and run by farm manager, Linda Halley, and a crew of talented, earnest co-conspirators.