Idaho couple deals with grief, finds passion growing heirloom tomatoes

Deerfield Farms currently grows over 30 varieties of heirloom tomatoes as well as cucumbers, basil, and microgreens.

This next Idaho operation started their business out of necessity following a loss—and it is clear, what started as a lifestyle change, has evolved into a passion for growing nourishing food.

Deerfield Farms in Sandpoint, Idaho, currently grows over 30 varieties of heirloom tomatoes as well as cucumbers, basil, and microgreens.

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