Earthwise Gardens & Produce is a local produce company serving the community of Denton, Texas and surrounding areas.

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Providing The Best Organic and Sustainable Produce

We operate from the understanding that the health of ourselves, our communities, and our planet is interconnected. That is why we are committed to ecologically responsible farming practices and local markets for fresh food. For us that means no synthetic chemicals are used in our gardens and the food we source from other organic farms is as close as possible to our market to conserve energy.

Our gardening strategy begins with building a healthy soil ecosystem. Plants thrive in a biodiverse environment, where the soil is full of microbial life and an abundance of insects. A balanced soil ecosystem can also mitigate the damage caused by garden pests in many cases. So to create that kind of environment, we start by adding lots of organic matter to the soil. We use animal manures and green manures to keep the soil well fed and we make use of the age-old practice of crop rotation to reduce disease and pest pressures in the garden. We conserve water by using drip irrigation and lots of mulch whenever possible.

We use many methods that were honed by our forefathers which sustained healthy life on this planet for many centuries. Returning to the basics of crop rotation and applying animal manure allows us to provide vibrant, nourishing food to our community while preserving the health of our ecosystem simultaneously.

We are passionate about ensuring our customers receive the freshest local organic produce available at the most affordable prices possible. Some of our produce is grown on our urban farm in a residential neighborhood in Denton, demonstrating the potential of vacant land in the city for growing food. All of our produce is either grown organically in Denton or harvested from organic farms within a 100 mile radius of Denton, Texas.

Support the Denton Community Market

Check out the Denton Community Market, hosted every Saturday morning May thru October from 9 am to 1 pm. The Denton Community Market provides music, local food, handmade arts & crafts and more to town residents and visitors. We look forward to meeting you there!

Recent Updates


Earthwise Partners with Johnson’s Backyard Garden!

We are very excited to announce that Earthwise is merging with Johnson’s Backyard Garden in Austin to bring the good people of North Texas more delicious, local organic produce!

This merger will be effective March 1st and will allow us to expand our farm production substantially. This spring we are planting our two market garden plots here in Denton, but we are actively looking for a 5-10 acre lease in the surrounding area to build a certified organic farm that will serve North Texas!


Partnering with an established farm like JBG will give us access to the resources, support and knowledge we need to expand our farm and get our acreage certified organic. We know that our area needs more farms growing healthy fresh food, and we are dedicated to making that happen. Our goal is to expand access, availability and awareness of fresh local food in our community and this partnership is a huge step in that direction.

Earthwise Produce Shop will stay open for business as usual. We will still carry all of the same products that we do currently.

Earthwise Gardens CSA and market garden will become JBG Denton, and Ryan will be the Farm Manager for JBG’s operations in North Texas.  We will sell at the market under the JBG Denton name, and the CSA will be administered by JBG.  We are particularly excited about the CSA partnership because Johnson’s has just introduced lots of great new options for their customers.

They have 4 different sized shares to choose from, available for weekly or bi-weekly pick up, and they just announced that they will be rolling out software within the next month that will allow you the option to customize your weekly CSA share! You will be able to select your favorite veggies from a weekly list of availability if you so choose.

We want to make this transition as seamless as possible for our customers, we are very grateful everyday for your support! Here’s what you can expect:


Sign up and payment will be done exclusively online at When you sign up you will select your preferences including your pick up location and time. For Denton, there will be two options: Earthwise Produce Shop from 10-7p on Thursdays (Primary), and during the market season, JBG Denton Market Stall at Denton Community Market Saturday from 9-noon.  If you have been picking up at the shop on Fridays, we will continue to store your box, just keep in mind the veggies are going to be best picked up ASAP so that you can store them properly. All missed shares will be donated Monday mornings to Health Services of North Texas. 


We will host an information session soon to answer any questions you may have, more information to follow, but that’s more than enough for now!

Here is a link to see our other CSA pick up locations in the Dallas area:

Thank you,
Ryan and Christina



Picklin’ Workshop Y’all!

pickled veggies

You are cordially invited to join us at the shop for an afternoon of pickling fun! 

Your grandmother knew how. Your grandmother’s grandmother even knew how. Now You want to Know how! Come learn the time old tradition of canning or “putting up”.

Join Denton’s own Ashley West of Farmhouse 43 Jams, Preserves & Pickles and learn the art of pickling and take home your very own jar of pickled jalapenos.

Sign up now before space runs out! Class max of 25

Hope to see y’all there…

When:  Sunday Jan. 19,  3-4pm

Where:  Earthwise Produce Shop, 728 N. Elm Street. Denton, TX 76201

*Tickets are $15 per person and $10 for CSA members, which includes a jar of pickles plus free samples and recipes, and lots of fun! 

CSA members, please select the $10 option in the drop down menu below to receive your discount. Thanks.

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New Lewisville CSA Pick Up Location!

We are very excited to announce our second CSA pick up location.  The new pick up will be at Food and Fitness in Lewisville every Friday afternoon.  It is conveniently located for customers in the Lewisville, Flower Mound, and Coppell areas.  If you or someone you know would like to pick up a share at this new spot, you can sign up on our CSA page.  Big thanks to Tony at Food and Fitness for hosting the pick up!!

The address is:

928 N. Garden Ridge Blvd. Lewisville, TX

Pick up time: 

Fridays 2-6pm


Thanks again to the staff at Food and Fitness! We appreciate your support!

You can sign up to pick up a share at this location by clicking HERE



Fall Pig Roast

pig roast flyer

Earthwise is very happy to announce our first Fall Pig Roast in the garden! 

In partnership with Tierra Verde Farm in Sanger and Chef Suzanne from Chestnut Tree, we will be celebrating the local flavors of Fall.

In addition to lots of prime pastured local pork from Tierra Verde, the local menu will include early Fall veggies right from our garden.

Come out and join us! It is sure to be a great event.  Tickets are $30 and are available for purchase at the bottom of this page.  

Come out early for a Garden Tour of Earthwise, BYOB, and learn how to roast a pig!  We’ll see y’all there. 


Sunday, October 6th 4-8p.m.

Garden Tour:  around 4:30

Dinner:  around 6:00


Earthwise Gardens

2906 N. Locust Street Denton, TX 76201

*please, no parking at the garden… there is parking on the cul de sac or the library a couple blocks north.  Thanks.


Excited to Announce: Mudbugs and Microbrews!!

crawfish_boil-14We are very excited to be partnering with Texas Live Crawfish and Chef Suzanne from Chestnut Tree to host Mudbugs and Microbrews at Earthwise Gardens at the end of the month!!!

Join us in the garden on the 23rd for some great Texas crawfish and a beer-tasting by the Denton County Homebrewers Guild, and of course some great local produce prepared by Suzanne! It’s going to be lots of fun and family friendly, so come on out, we look forward to seeing you there…

Dinner in the Garden presents:
Mudbugs & Microbrews- an all-Texas Crawfish Boil
Sunday June 23rd

The lineup–

-Tour of Earthwise Gardens
-Tasting and Demo by Denton County Homebrewers Guild
-Dinner includes Texas crawfish, potatoes, corn, tomatoes, and peaches (all locally grown)
-BYOB- alcohol friendly
-$25 per person, limited availability
*Garden tour at 4:30pm
*Dinner & brew tasting at 5:30

–The garden is located at 2906 N. Locust in Denton, by the North Branch Library.  Because this is a private residence, there will be no parking allowed at the garden.  Please park on the street or at the library and walk over to the garden. - Thanks.

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 Purchase tickets here no later than Tuesday the 18th

*Click the button below to purchase tickets to Mudbugs and Microbrews, and we’ll see you at the garden!

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