|Welcome to Good Life Farms, LLC:
A family company growing for Indianapolis, Bloomington,
and surrounding communities.
|Growing for a sustainable future, we apply advanced
hydroponic and field methods. Our focus is on water,
nutrient, and soil conservation, without the use of
non-organic pesticides. We do not use herbicides, and we
employ many organic practices.
Hydroponic crops include several varieties of lettuce, basil,
and arugula, which are grown year-round.
Seasonal field crops include heirloom tomatoes, kale,
spinach, and swiss chard.
Bloomington Farmer's Market
Saturdays 8am - 1pm
April - November
Located next to
City Hall in Showers Commons,
Carmel Farmer's Market
Saturdays 8am - 11:30am
Located next to
City Hall, Carmel
Bloomington Winter Farmer's Market
Saturdays 9am - 12
Dec 1 - March 30
Harmony School, Bloomington
The Eagles Nest at the Hyatt (Indy)
Restaurant Tallent (Bloomington)
Black Swan Brewpub (Plainfield)
...and others supplied through Piazza
Baesler's Market (Terre Haute)
We have supplied Piazza Produce
through their Buy Fresher program
since early 2011.
Read more about Buy Fresher here.
Where to Find
|Directions to the farm:
12050 Walters Rd., Martinsville, IN 46151 (Eminence)
Travel west on I-70 to Exit 51, Little Point. Take Exit 51 and turn left
onto Little Point Road. Drive about a half mile to the stop sign at
Indiana 42. Turn right (west) onto Indiana 42. You will come to
several 90-degree turns. Stay on 42 for approximately 4 miles. Turn
right onto Walters Rd. Travel a little over half a mile. The farm is on
Travel north on Indiana 37 for about 13 miles. Merge onto Morton Ave.
/IN-39 toward Indiana 67/Martinsville. Turn left onto Indiana 39.
Travel about 2 miles, then turn right onto Indiana 67/Indiana 39.
Travel about 3 and a half miles, then turn left onto Indiana 39. Travel
about 2 miles, then turn left onto Indiana 142. Travel 10.2 miles, and
you’ll come to a two-way stop sign in the town of Eminence (a brick
building on your right, a bank on your left.) Indiana 142 becomes
Walters Rd. just past the intersection. Travel a little over half a mile.
The farm is on the right.