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Ahavah Farm - 2016 in Review

March 08, 2017

Video of our farm in 2016.  Wow what a year!

From Biomedicine to Beets - The Organic Consumers Association and Regeneration International Interview

January 01, 2020

In 2014, Camire and his family founded Ahava Farm because they wanted to have an impact on climate change, land restoration and food security. In an interview with our Regeneration International team, Camire said he’s now growing 75-plus varieties of heirloom-only produce. He’s also raising...

Peyton Colorado: Yes! A Jewish Farm.

The atmosphere is quiet at Ahava Farm in El Paso County during the 25 hours of Shabbat. Ahava Farm is owned by Yosef and his wife Chava Camire, who began farming eight months ago after moving from New Hampshire to Denver, then to Peyton, Colorado, near Colorado Springs. “Denver’s traffic and busy city life were […]

Grow Your Own Gratification - The Gazette

Ahavah Farm is built on a deep respect for the earth, a belief in the power of healthy food...

Fox News Does Their Morning Show at Our Farm - 5 Videos

Fox News Did Their Morning Show At Our Farm - There are 5 Videos...enjoy them all.

The Country Life: Love - It's What Makes This Farm

Amid the tomatoes, squash, peppers, carrots, beets and radishes, it's love that truly blossoms.

State Water Laws Challenge Local Food Growers

Local food producers faced many challenges this year. Hail, extreme seasonal temperatures and grasshoppers have made it difficult for many small market gardens and community-supported agriculture farms in El Paso County to deliver fresh, local veggies. But water issue impacts on popular small farms topped the news.

The Pasture Raised Life - Falcon Herald

 Ahavah Farm on Log Road in Peyton was nearly wiped out by the tennis-ball-sized dense hail. “Decimation does not describe what happened to our crops today,” said Yosef Camire, farm owner. “Never mind the damage to our home, cars and greenhouses.”

Ahavah Farm – what it means to be truly sustainable

June 29, 2016

Ahavah Farm has been operating as an organic family farm since 2015 out of Peyton, Colorado. We were...

Peyton Produce a Labor of Love

October 09, 2015

With fall’s arrival, produce farmers like Yosef Camire are in the final stretch of an intense and seemingly relentless growing season.

Camire was one of the fresh faces at this year’s Colorado Farm and Art Market in Colorado Springs, which closes for the season on Oct. 10.

A Labor of Love - Documentary on Ahavah Farm

Watch a mini-documentary on our farm!

Colorado Springs Local Farm: Ahavah Farm

July 12, 2015

It was Friday afternoon and I was driving.  I drove and drove until I got to Peyton, for the second time in two days.  I turned down the dirt road toward my destination and since no other car could be seen...

Local. Sustainable. Pure.

November 10, 2015

"This is our trademark and our mission.  But what does it mean, and why does it matter?  Many business' clout themselves as SRC's (Socially Responsible Corporations), but when it comes down to it, many times it can be a mere marketing campaign and a way to advertise..."

Your Produce Is So Expensive!

November 03, 2015

"Your produce is so expensive!" 

Is it?  Yes.  We admit, our produce IS a little more expensive than most.  However, there are a couple of reasons for this beyond our sustainable methods, our all-heirloom produce and beyond organic nutritional value, which I will discuss here..."

Homeschool Day!

November 01, 2015

"Today was our first "Home-School Day."  What fun it was too, and it seemed that everyone really enjoyed themselves. I know we did!  Everyone got to feed the alpacas, play with the chickens and learn about the farm and about different vegetables.  We ate cherry tomatoes, picked a carrot and a beet and got to collect some duck and chicken eggs.  Then we cooked it all up and ate all of our harvest..."

Reflections of a Hungry Farmer

November 04, 2015

"Today is Tisha B'av (Literally the 9th of the month of Av), a day of fasting, mourning and reflection for the Jewish people.  Being Jewish, our family is also fasting this day.  Like a few other occupations though, like those who are in medicine, there are truly no days off for a farmer..."

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