MALT Producer Spotlight: Molly Myerson

November 16, 2020

If you’ve visited Point Reyes Station in recent years, you’ve likely noticed Little Wing Farm Stand. An unassuming yet incredibly charming three-walled structure with wood slat walls, a tin roof and long wooden tables, the stand sits along Nicasio Creek, a wall of MALT-protected woodland forest rising behind it. You may have seen the Little Wing Farm sign on Point-Reyes Petaluma Road, hand painted and adorned with flowers, and pulled over to buy freshly-harvested organic produce, picture-perfect quail eggs and flower arrangements. This honor-system farm stand is stocked Thursday through Sunday by farmer Molly Myerson, owner and operator of Little Wing Farm on MALT-protected Black Mountain Ranch.

Follow Molly in her three-part video series below as she offers a tour of the farm, a glimpse at their weekly harvest days and discusses the importance of small-scale farming. Don’t forget to stop by the stand on your next visit to Point Reyes Station!

Learn more about Molly and Little Wing Farm online at littlewingfarm.com and on Instagram @little_wing_farm.

A tour of Little Wing Farm.

Molly and her crew harvest late summer and early autumn crops for Little Wing Farm Stand.
The importance of small-scale farming.

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