Cowboy Trail Farm was honored to be chosen by H2O Grow to be a partner in their effort to bring healthy food to students in the Las Vegas School District. In the summer of 2014, the H2O Grow project members meet at our farm to discuss how we could cooperate in building a "Living Wall" of food for students to learn about and benefit from growing their own fresh food right in their own schools. The project managers discovered that over half of all Clark County school children … Read More
“Helping Provide Healthy Food to Those in Need!”
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Sign up for your Summer CSA Basket!
Come out on Saturday and visit our Cowboy Trail Farm Indoor Farm Stand --Saturday 10:00am to 12:30pm
See What's Growing On . . . Pickup your CSA basket, learn about Vertical Growing, discover classes to help you grow or just relax and enjoy our wonderful gardens.
Join us to learn to grow while helping us help others!
Contact us about Spring growing classes later this month.
Eat your own fresh live vegetables in 28-30 days! Why eat live! When you have your own living vertical tower, you’re getting the freshest and healthiest produce possible. Grown by you or small local farmers, live produce keeps growing right up until the instant it's harvested- by you. You know that … Read More
1 1/2 tablespoons soy sauce 1/2 tablespoon rice wine vinegar 1/2 teaspoon corn starch 1/2 lb bok choi, cut into bite size pieces 1/4 lb mushrooms, cut into 1/2 inch strips 1-2 thai chiles, haved or whole 1/2 tablespoon minced ginger 1 teasspoon vegetable … [Read More...]
Helping Our Community
The Las Vegas Valley is important to us and that is one of the many reasons that Organic Edibles was incorporated as a nonprofit organization. We are in the process of forming partnerships with other groups like the Obesity programs Center and Senior Centers to help reach those in need. Since 2011, Marilyn has helped various schools set up new garden programs. She also started Kidzgrow2 program … [Read More...]
Recent Topics & Events
What are the Dangers of GMO’s? Fundamental Weaknesses of the Concept Imprecise Technology—A genetic engineer moves genes from one organism to … [Read More...]
Visit our Cowboy Trail Farm Indoor Farm Stand --Saturday 10:00am to 12:30pm See What's Growing On . . . Pickup your CSA basket, learn about Vertical … [Read More...]