The Market Garden

Looking for some fresh green kale for your smoothies? How about some good old fashioned slicer tomatoes like the ones Grandpa used to grow? We’ve got what you’re looking for! Our produce is lovingly grown without the use of any synthetic harmful chemicals such as pesticides or herbicides.  From gourmet shallots and Genovese basil to watermelons and green beans- at Schooner Creek you’ll find a wide variety of nutritious, naturally grown vegetables, herbs and fruits! Visit our CROPS page for a list of what we grow.

Where to find our produce:

You can find our produce at several local farmers markets in Indiana as well as through our CSA membership. NEW! We are now delivering to Greenwood, Morgantown, Nashville and Columbus! Contact Us to find out how to place an order today!

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CSA (Community Supported Agriculture)

Enjoy sleeping in on the weekends? Want to stop by the farm to pick up your produce? Join our CSA

Members buy a share at the beginning of the growing season, and in turn receive a box of delicious produce each week from our farm. Our CSA members enjoy the abundance of the farm, while supporting and interacting with their local growers! Our deep intention to grow and nourish our community with sustainable, small-scale agriculture shows in the quality of our work. The idea of CSA is ancient and is gaining in popularity in the United States as more people become health conscious and want to know what food they are eating and where/ how it is being grown! CSA’s are still quite common in other parts of the world such as Europe and Japan. Check out our CSA page for more Info!

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Handmade Textiles & Wool

We raise a small flock of heritage breed-Shetland sheep for their wool fleece. Hand spun yarn, handwoven textiles and wool for crafting are available online via our Etsy store.

Growing Practices

We are a “no-till” farm using poultry and livestock intentionally rotated and deep layering of mulch, organic matter and manure to build the soil and feed the crops. This method mimics nature by decomposing materials while protecting the precious topsoil and building soil fertility. We never use any synthetic chemicals on our crops such as pesticides, fungicides, herbicides or fertilizers. Nutrient dense food is our goal!


Family Owned & Operated

Doug Mackey

Sarah Dye


Schooner Creek Farm has donated money, plants, textiles for fundraising auctions, as well as time teaching, to several local organizations and groups such as Sycamore Land Trust, Nashville Indiana Farmer's Market, Bloomington Community Orchard, The Wild Nature Project, The Local Growers Guild, WFHB Radio, and more. The farm hosts Indiana University Agriculture students for educational tours.

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