About the Farming Engineers


We’re Matt and Lisa, two engineering school graduates who started farming in 2008.  Lisa runs the farm and Matt writes software.  We rent our extra farmland to Farmer J.  We have over three acres of vegetables.  We used to have a few beef cows and a lot of chickens.  We’ve been assisted by various employees over the years. These days you’ll meet Devin, our full time helper, at some of our markets.  Our farm is USDA Certified Organic, and was the first certified organic farm in Clinton County, Indiana.

You can find us at the following farmers markets:

Indy Winter Farmers Market, November through April.  We’re there from November until we run out of produce, weather and other circumstances permitting.

Carmel Farmers Market, summer and winter. The summer market is May through September. The winter market is Saturday morning, October through March (or until we run out of produce).

Noblesville Farmers Market, May through October.

Market Wagon, online, mostly year round. Market Wagon is a marketplace where you can get products from many of your favorite local food producers. They have a variety of pickup and delivery options.

Our online store, mostly year round. Pick up is available Tuesdays and Fridays on the farm.

You can find us on facebook.


2 thoughts on “About the Farming Engineers

  1. Farmer John says:

    Hi from an old engineer/farmer. Graduated Purdue BSEE in 1960, worked 4 years in industry and returned to farm. No regrets but missed da money….Retired farming in 2000, now looking at hoophouses. Need to
    get my hands in the dirt again. Good luck with your farm & CSA….Farmer John

  2. Robin says:

    I purchased a whole cut-up chicken from you at the Farm to Fork Market this past Friday and asked you lots of questions about how to cook it due to my absolute novice status as an at-home cook. Just wanted you to know that I cooked that chicken up this weekend and it was (and is – have plenty in the freezer!) absolutely delicious!
    Thank you for your help and encouragement, and for being a part of the Farm to Fork Market. I’m looking forward to more chicken purchases later this summer!

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