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Our Story

"I know my farmers and they take pride in their crops." – Member of the Good Farm CSA

Meet Your Farmers

A Family Farm with Local Roots

John and Aimee Good, with their children Lyle and Celia Good, farm on 18 acres of land in beautiful northwestern Lehigh County, PA near the base of the Blue Mountain.

The Good Farm was founded in 2017. Before coming to their home farm, John and Aimee Good owned and operated Quiet Creek Farm at The Rodale Institute from 2006 - 2016, as a certified organic 200+ member CSA.



Leaders in Sustainable Agriculture


John and Aimee are active in the farming community. With 20 years of experience in the field, they share their knowledge with others, speaking at farming conferences, hosting on-farm workshops, and training young farmers every season.  

John is currently serving on the board of directors of PASA, the Pennsylvania Association for Sustainable Agriculture. Both John and Aimee are currently serving as Master Farmers in the Diversified Vegetable Apprenticeship (DVA), which is managed by PASA. Aimee also serves on the Rural Preservation Society (RPA) in Heidelberg township. 


John and Aimee are both originally from Emmaus, Pennsylvania and are happy to be offering the highest quality certified-organic produce in their home county, the place they love best.


Above: John and Aimee Good with children Lyle and Celia.


Above: John and Aimee Good speak at FarmAid 2006, along- side musician Dave Matthews (far left).

Our Growing Practices
Our Growing Practices

Organic Matters

We're proud that the Good Farm is the longest running Certified Organic CSA farm in the Lehigh Valley – since 2006! 


You can rest assured that your family is getting the most safe & healthy produce, raised in certified organic soils, not treated with any prohibited substances.


We have and annual 3rd party inspection USDA certification to prove it.

Organic Certification

Our USDA organic certification is conducted by PCO (Pennsylvania Certified Organic).


Organic certification ensures that a farm's practices are not changed under times of stress (such as disease or pest pressure), and that the farmer's knowledge of approved organic products and practices remains up-to-date. 

Maintaining the Highest Standards

The soils are what will feed us for many generations to come. And our food is only as healthy as the soil in which it was raised. 

Nutrient-dense vegetables come from nutrient-dense soils. We focus on building the soil so we can provide the most nutritious, and tastiest vegetables to you. 

Check out our soil health report  to see how we compare to other farms in the region! 

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Our Mission

Community Supported Agriculture is a great way to get fresh farmer food onto your family's dinner table. We think it is the best way for those who truly love cooking and eating great food; who value the story, the journey, and the farmer relationship behind their food.

CSA can change the way you eat forever. We have many members who say, now that they have tasted this food, they cannot go back to grocery store vegetables.


We pledge to only grow the highest-quality certified organic produce for you and your family. We welcome you to join us at the Good Farm – your farm.

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Consulting Services

Teaching the Art (and Business) of Farming

Running a farm successfully requires organization, attention to detail, and the ability to respond to unforeseen circumstances. One must be a competent grower as well as a smart business person. 


Whether you are starting your own farm, considering your land as an opportunity to host a young farmer, or simply need to refine your crop or business plans, the assistance of an experienced farmer is invaluable. Farmers have been teaching each other this art for generations.


Our consulting services range from assessment of business and crop plans, to site assessment and vegetable production review. Consultation fees range from $50 per hour for professional services to a special rate of $25 per hour for beginning farmers. If we can help you grow your farming interests, please contact us.


Have Questions? Call us at 484-262-0675  or email us for more information.

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