Our single focus is to supply sustainably grown organic food at no cost to the people most in need in our community of Sonoma County, CA. Work Horse Organic Agriculture (WHOA) Farm, a 501(c)(3), started by Wendy Mardigian and Eddie Gelsman in 2010, grows thousands of pounds of "The Best Food Money Can't Buy" each year and gives it free of charge to organizations in Sonoma County that serve thousands of families under the poverty line who do not have access to fresh organic produce.
WHOA Farm 2012 Pinot Noir Now Available Sold in 6 bottle increments. 10% discount on 12 or more bottles.
We are excited to announce the release of our 2012 WHOA Farm Pinot Noir. Sourced from Crane Vineyard, this wine features a field blend of Dijon clones 115, 667, 777, and VCR 18 (of rare Italian origin).
This delicious, organically farmed wine from the Sonoma Coast is a key component in our efforts to achieve financial sustainability for the WHOA Farm. 100% of the net proceeds from the sale of WHOA Farm Pinot Noir will help us continue to serve thousands of families in Sonoma County.
NEWS! WHOA Farm Sets New Daily Donation Record: One Ton of Food
9.6.14 - Tomatoes, beets, potatoes, lettuce, kale, summer squash, melons and much more... In a single day, WHOA Farm harvested, packaged and delivered over one ton - 2,100 pounds - of farm fresh food to local charities for free distribution to needy residents!
For more information, please contact our Program Managers