The current land where Clarkridge Farm sits has been in the Clark family for over 100 years. The farm has a rich history that has, in its most recent form, taken the shape of a small, diversified, pasture based farm operation. We are always experimenting and learning what works best on the land we have been given.
On April 11, 2013, Clarkridge Farm suffered a huge lost. Lt. James B. Clark suddenly passed away. He’s loved farming ever since he was a boy. He grew up here. He traveled around after college for a while, but life brought him back to the farm when his father passed away. He had every little kids dream job; he was a firefighter and a farmer. He was a painter and a poet. The farm gave him lots of inspiration for his works. Jim never wanted to leave the farm and would be happy to see the farm continue.
The farm continues today with support from family and friends. Check back often as we grow!