Flood Plain Produce
These days “organic” may not mean organic. But when you can actually see your food being grown and harvested on a charming three-acre plot surrounded by groves of ancient Redwoods, you fully understand what “organic” is supposed to mean: natural, sun-infused, unprocessed. And delicious. At Flood Plain Produce, in the tiny village of Pepperwood, along the Avenue of the Giants in Humboldt County, California, Mel and Holly Kreb curate an inspiring plot of landscape art that produces a gorgeous bounty. They also have a vacation house for rent on the property; it comes with an amazing benefit: guests enjoy free grazing rights.