Farm to Table 2021

Register here!


Heartland Farm’s Farm to Table fundraising event will take place in a different form this year. The spread of the delta variant has forced the Farm to rethink this annual fundraiser, and it’s going to be a special one! Like last year, we will have drive-through pick up. However, this year, we will be sharing the fruits of our harvest by offering Harvest Baskets of the very best of Heartland Farm instead of a dinner!

What does this mean for you, our wonderful supporters?

For your $50 donation, you will receive a variety of Heartland Farm’s homemade and Farm-fresh bounty. Think pickles and salsa and jelly and dried herbs and apple chips and cookies and pears and breads and . . . SO MUCH MORE!

You can also  purchase raffle tickets. We have some wonderful prizes on two levels.

  • Raffle: $2 each or 6 for $10 – Prizes include a gift certificate for a massage and another for an overnight stay, a basket of Heartland Farm’s homebrewed beer, a basket of alpaca goods, a bread and jelly basket, and a gift certificate for an alpaca-walking experience, and more.
  • Grand Prize Raffle: $10 each – Our two grand prizes this year are a 80×104-inch children’s quilt and a set of three pieces of pottery by artist Phyll Klima.
  • We will draw raffle winners on Friday, September 17 and will have the winners’ prizes ready for them when they pick up their baskets on Saturday.

NOTE: Raffle tickets are not available to the general public – only to those registering for a Harvest Basket!

Pick up

You may pick up your Harvest Basket and any raffle prizes you may have won at Heartland Farm between 1 p.m. and 4:00 p.m. on Saturday, September 18th. 

Registration closes after 50 baskets are spoken for
or on Wednesday, September 15th, so register early!

Register here!

To register and make payment arrangements by phone, please call 620-923-4585.


Heartland Farm is located 14 miles west of Great Bend, KS on Rush Co. Road 390. From Great Bend, take 10th Street west until the pavement ends, continue west for one mile. Turn left on to CR 390 for 1/2 mile. The Farm is on the right. See detailed directions here.