Plovgh is a cooperative of farmers, growers, and ranchers that sell directly to their customers.

Plovgh for the People

imageWhy join Plovgh?

  1. Discover farms and crops in your local store. With Plovgh, you see what the farms are harvesting and where to find those crops in your neighborhood. Crops that are sourced on Plovgh give you visibility into the farmer’s agricultural practices and any unique characteristics of the crop itself.You’ll also be the first to know when a farm’s harvest comes in, so get in there and get it!

  2. Purchase more crops from farms. Plovgh farms and their products are moving beyond the farmers market or CSA to become part of your everyday life, rather than just a Sunday morning activity. With Plovgh, farmers still harvest immediately before their crops reach you and reveal their origin and unique characteristics, but you can find them in the shops and markets you already frequent.

  3. Put more money into farmers’ hands. By selling their crops directly into your local stores, farmers receive nearly twice as much as they would in a traditional supply chain. They also have more time to spend in the field producing the crops that you rely on. Farmers doing better is just the kind of change we want to see.

To get started as a member, go to Plovgh. And spread the word about Plovgh farms and their harvest! The more people who join in, the more we can do for the farmers who are reinventing food and agriculture in this country.

If you’d like to recruit local farms, businesses, and neighbors to increase direct trade crops available in your area, please drop us a line!

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Where you can find Plovgh producers

Here are some of the folks sourcing directly from producers who are organizing with Plovgh. To find out how your business can start purchasing from some of these farms, send us a message! image 4th Street Food Coop - NYC

image Brooklyn Kitchen - Williamsburg, NY
Byerly’s - Minneapolis, MN

Campbell Cheese & Grocery - Williamsburg, NY

image Chickpea & Olive- Brooklyn, NY

image Cleaver Co. - Chelsea, NY

image DigInn Seasonal Market - NYC

image Foragers City Grocer - DUMBO & Chelsea, NY

image Eat Greenpoint- NYC

image Garden of Eden - NYC

image Greene Grape Provisions - Fort Greene, NY

image Haven’s Kitchen- NYC

image Hu Kitchen - NYC

image J’eatjet? Gastrobar- Brooklyn, NY

image Lido Harlem - NYC

Lucy’s Whey - Carnegie Hill, NY

Lunds - Minneapolis, MN

image Miller’s Tavern- Brooklyn, NY

image M. Wells - Long Island City, NY
image Pie Corps - Greenpoint, NY

image Rose Water Restaurant - Park Slope, NY

image Seward Coop- Minneapolis, MN
Solera Cocina de Espana - Minneapolis, MN
image The Blue Stove- Brooklyn, NY

image The Dutch- NYC

image The Jam Stand - Brooklyn, NY

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Meet the producers

21 05/13

Wool from the source

The warmth of wool moves from one to another through a careful, methodical practice.


A few of us went up North and visited a sheep farm to watch and capture the shearing process. It was such an interesting and inspiring morning – being able to see where wool fibers come from and what’s involved in gathering it up. I now have a deeper appreciate for the yarn that I work with and feel more connected to the craft. 


A photo essay by Emma Robertson for Kinfolk Vol. 6


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