Our Mission:

"We work hard and with care every day, without compromise, so we can bring health to our region, healing to our earth and love to our community by growing the absolute purest, and most sustainable food available and by selling our food in a way that provides access to all individuals in all income brackets."

Ahavah Farm is the ONLY locally recognized Regenerative Farm in the region and the ONLY Pay-What-You-Can-Afford farm in the region. Go to www.ahavahfarm.com to learn more about our farm or click here to be added to our mailing list and "Like" us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/ahavahfarm

Tuesday, July 14, 2015

Danielle Zitoun Photography

Danielle Zitoun, now a local, came out to our farm to do a photo shoot with our family.  Danielle is currently doing a photo series on "Individuals and businesses contributing positively to an ethical and sustainable world."  Danielle heard about our humble family farm and thought that we modeled this and wanted to do a shoot on us.  What a blessing it was to meet Danielle, a passionate individual trying to make the world a better place.  The photos are absolutely amazing as well!  Danielle is fantastically skilled, and she does family portraits and other freelance work as well.  Check out Danielle's website here:  http://www.daniellezitoun.com/

You can check out the rest of the farm photos here:  http://daniellezitounphotography.dphoto.com/#/album/b113ft


  1. So kind. Thank you! I learned a great deal. You are brilliant (really, truly). I wish you had more spare time to write a book. What would the impact on the world be if we replaced large scale agriculture with localized family-sized farming? Out of all the worldly 'issues' we face, food production, distribution and consumption may seem inconsequential yet it could be the most important, most vital, most influential issue we have to face. Food is our common denominator. What is most promising about Ahava Farm is that you are sustainable under arid conditions - proving farming applicable in many places assumed to be inhospitable. And most impressively, you are self taught proving it to be as accessible as it is applicable. I left thinking of Thomas Jefferson's Agrarian Society. Maybe he really was on to something after all.

  2. awesome blog for photography if you want same infor mation thenVirtual Voyage College aim is to give the best professional photography courses through its advance and specialize certificate courses in Photography. Our courses help the students and forthcoming photographers to become experts in this field. We have a dedicated team of photography faculty to cater the best possible knowledge for the students — practically and theoretically.