Preserving Galion

Farm Fresh


Farm Fresh

The Galion area has caught the locally-grown and fresh food "bug." Farm-to-table opportunities abound by visiting the community's two weekly farmers markets, as well as by visiting the growing number of natural farming operations in the area. These opportunities include:

Farmers Markets

God's Little Acre  - located in the parking lot of First Presbyterian Church on South Market Street inView Page Uptowne Galion. The market is open from 9-12 on Saturday mornings. 

Farm Operations

Heritage Harvest Farm -  Heritage Harvest Farm is dedicated to producing delicious, nutritious, high-quality fruits, vegetables and eggs for Central Ohio consumers. The farm is owned and operated by the Gompf family. Heritage Harvest Farm is a seasonal farm, with the exception of eggs, which are available for purchase on Saturdays throughout the year. There is a spring, summer and fall crop. The produce grown on the farm is sold on-site and at the NorthSide Farmers Market in Galion on Tuesdays, and at Mt. Vernon Farmers Market on Saturday May through October. Produce for sale includes, but is not limited to, carrots, beans, lettuces, corn, onion, squash, melons, berries, peas, radishes, etc.. It's always fresh and delicious if it comes from Heritage Harvest Farm! Click here for the farm website.

Rus-Men Farms - Rus-Men Farms raises beef, pork and chicken naturally. No hormones or atibiotics. We provide quality meats to our local community and surrounding cities, including Columbus, Upper Sandusky, Mansfield, Marion and Mt Gilead. And now, Cincinnati. We are a sixth generation family farm who raise beef, pork and chicken the natural way. No hormones and no antibiotics. We sell our meat products right off of the farm, everything is processed in a state inspected facility with a meat inspector present for the harvest of every animal. Our meat is a very special product, very tender, flavorful and raised with care. We invite you to come visit our farm and see why we are different, then purchase a few packages of meat and taste why we are different. Click here for the farm website..