St. John’s Lutheran Mission Farm

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St. John’s Lutheran Mission Farm

What They Do:

Grow fresh organic fruits and vegetables for distribution through the Napa Valley Food Bank to help struggling families put delicious and nutritious meals on their tables. During 2016, the Mission Farm delivered over 16,000 pounds of produce to the Napa Food Bank.

Volunteers from St. John’s Lutheran Church and School—and many other caring locals—do all of the work of running the Mission Farm, including tilling, soil amending, planting, weeding, and harvesting. What kinds of fruits and vegetables does the Mission Farm raise? Apples, peaches, pears, plums, pluots, tomatoes, potatoes, lettuce, beets, corn, onions, garlic, summer and fall squash, pumpkins, carrots and more.


I thought I would never find myself having to look for assistance to feed my family. And I certainly never expected to find items at The Store like fresh green beans, corn, and tomatoes! I am truly blessed!

~ Customer at “The Store,” a NV Food Bank distribution center

  1. Cathy Adams
  2. Catherine Adams
  3. Cathy Adams
  4. Ted Zimmerman in honor of Dianne Anderson
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