General Farm Questions


Does Snuck Farm rent out space for private dinners, weddings, events, or activities for businesses, meetings, teams, etc.?

No, sorry. Snuck Farm is a working farm, and we're busy growing and producing whole foods on a daily basis. Because of this we do not rent our buildings, grounds, barn, or greenhouse for private dinners, weddings, events, activities or similar. We do host our own events and workshops with professional instructors, and always announce those workshops on our Workshops page.

We love recommending Wadley Farms or Walker Farms in Lindon. They are both great event venues with beautiful farm vibes.


Does Snuck Farm offer tours?

Due to our Integrative Pest Management Program and our desire to keep our greens as clean as possible, we do not offer tours. To learn more about how we grow and to get a glimpse inside our greenhouse click here.


Can we take pictures on your farm?

As we are a commercial farm, along with a private residence, we are not allowing photo shoots or private gatherings on the farm.


Is Snuck Farm available to help teach or consult on hydroponic projects?

We do not currently offer consulting for hydroponic or farm projects. We put all our time and resources into running our own farm. For those looking into their own hydroponic system, of any scale, we recommend you contact American Hydroponics, at www.amhydro.com. Our custom system is from them, and they were instrumental in helping us get our start. A tremendous amount of information can be found for free on YouTube as well.


Can I volunteer at the farm?

Yes! We have both work day and long term volunteer opportunities available. See our volunteer page for more information.


How can I get a job at Snuck Farm?

We post any open positions on our Jobs page.


Are Snuck Farm greens organic?

Although we are not officially certified organic, we grow using very strict organic practices. Our produce is free of any chemical pesticides or herbicides. We implement a comprehensive integrated pest management program (IPM) both in our greenhouses and around the farmyard. Our program employs a multi-faceted approach including stringent preventative and monitoring techniques and biological controls, including beneficial insects. Growing hydroponically completely eliminates the use of herbicides.