Sörestad is Julie, Bill, and Ami's farm in Clover Valley, between Duluth and Two Harbors, MN. We are passionate about growing excellent food for our community, and caring for the land which cares for us. We bought this old farmstead in 2020 and are restoring its soil, ecology, and structures so that it may produce abundantly, provide habitat for all sorts of creatures, and be a meeting place for neighbors and friends. And of course we grow everything without any chemicals! 

Our farm stand will be open during daylight hours most days of the week. 

Please contact us for early or bulk orders.

Email: [ sorestadfarm@gmail.com ]

Historic Apple Orchard

Barb's Bounty, Justin's Jewel, Allure Wild Red, Gitche Gumme Golden and Redwell apples. Old-fashioned apples you can't find in the grocery store. 

Specialty Produce

There is a season for everything: Garlic, Melons, Strawberries, Tomatoes, Early Greens, and much much more!! And when it's in season it will be in the farmstand and available for purchase. 

We are proud to be a part of these two farmer-run cooperatives - check them out!

North Shore Farmers Collective: a monthly subscription box from nine woman-powered farms. Sign up on at Grownby.app. Boxes are offered as a monthly subscription, where customers pay up front and receive boxes throughout the growing season. Though similar to, this is not a conventional CSA. Boxes are not meant to supply all customers' veggies for the season, but instead offer a curated selection including classic seasonal veggies, unique fresh herbs, and shelf-stable farm products like dried beans, teas, and honey. 

The Clover Valley Farm Trail is a co-operative group of locally-owned, small farms located in or near Clover Valley, a farming community between Duluth and Two Harbors, Minnesota. Locals and visitors can drive or bike to the conveniently clustered farms to purchase a variety of produce, plant seedlings, baked goods, crafts, and other items from self-serve farm stands. Simply follow our map and posted directional signs to find each farm.