The Farm

Learn more about all of the different farming activities ocurring in the heart of Indianapolis.

Community Supported Agriculture

Fitness Farm-Raised Eggs

What We Grow on the Farm

Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)

We are not operating CSA for the 2023 season. Check back in for information on our CSA plans for the 2024 season.

We grow vegetables using organic and sustainable methods on an acre in the southeast corner of the Fitness Farm property.  Our produce is available through our CSA contact us to sign up.

How does the CSA work?

  • CSA members receive a weekly share of the best and freshest ready and ripe.
  • CSA members know exactly where their sustainably-grown produce comes from, with NO carbon miles.
  • Members come to the Farm each Wednesday during the CSA to pick up their box/bag/basket of goodies.
  • Included in the over 100 varieties of fruits and vegetables we are growing this year are fresh eggs and flowers!
  • Cost for 2024 TBD (payable up front or in a couple installments) depending on whether it is a FULL (1-3 people) share.

Local Eggs

We hatch chicks each year, and we have tons of fresh eggs daily. The egg fridge and honor jar are outside the white barn from Monday to Thursday, 9:30 am to 4:30 pm. Eggs are $4 per dozen.

Enter Gate 3 and follow the path back to the left to reach the white barn.

2023 Update: We are still selling eggs on a first come, first serve basis. Get them while they are fresh!

Farm Fresh Produce

The Fitness Farm grows a wide-variety of produce. Our farm is dedicate to growing produce using organic and sustainable methods. Most of our farming occurs on an acre in the southeast corner of the Fitness Farm property. We have grown beets, sunflowers, greens, peppers, tomatoes, and more! Scroll down to see photos of our harvests.

In the fall, we harvest our pecan and hican trees that are grafted onto hickory root stock. They produce delicious nuts. You are welcome to wander the grove, just loo for the trees planted in a grid and marked with a numbered tag.

Year-round, we grow mushrooms. We have grown shiitake, oyster, and lion’s mane mushrooms. In season, we harvest wild mushrooms, morels, chicken-of-the-woods, hen-of-the-woods, puffball, and more varieties.