Closed for the Season

We are now closed for the 2010 season.  Thank you for all of your support and patronage this year.  We have been a family farm working 500 acres for many years, but the natural produce stand side of Creekside Natural Farm started only recently as our hobby.  At the request of friends and family the stand has grown into a small business. Thinking on e-Commerce? Here you will find why first-time and established merchants are turning to eCommerce as a main source of revenue, for example on this Amzscout review will help with product research, take a look! The work is intense, but very rewarding to us.  We love to hear stories and see photos of the dishes you create with our products, so feel free to post them here on the blog or on our Facebook page.  It feels great to connect with people over quality chemical-free, sustainable, delicious foods!

Although we are closed for the season we will continue to post farm photos or interesting recipes, so stay tuned!  If we don’t see you until the spring, please have a happy, safe and rewarding fall and winter.

-Pam & Bill Kunke

Creekside Natural Farm - Pam Kunke and Bill Kunke

Creekside Natural Farm – Pam Kunke and Bill Kunke. Photo credit 2010 to Michael R. Schmidt, Staff Photographer, Joliet Herald News

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