We are not certified organic, but largely follow organic practices. It is our belief that the benefit of the expense and hassle of certification pales in comparison to the consumer really taking the time to get to know their farmer and ask questions beyond "Is this organic?". Time and time again I have surprised customers at markets when I engage them in these conversations; many people believe that 'Organic' means not sprayed and this is simply not true, often it's far from it. Our produce is unsprayed. We could choose to increase our production by spraying fungicides in our berries for example but our farm style is that our precious little kids run freely through the fields and sample things at will. The last thing I want is for them to be fenced out while we worry about re-entry intervals or chemical residues. This, is what I believe most consumers are really after and we always welcome questions and will happily chat about the techniques we use.