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Archi's Acres is a farming enterprise that utilizes hydro-organic technology to grow produce. Headquartered in Escondido, California, Archi's is a certified organic greenhouse operation, which grows living basil, kale, and other herbs and produce. Our methods of crop production is not only highly efficient, it maximizes available natural resources, and focuses on local sales distribution channels. Please enjoy our organic produce in natural food retailers throughout Southern California and thank you for your support!

At Archi's, we believe a key aspect of successful business is how it meets its responsibility to the community in which it operates and the customers which make up its marketplace. We do this by integrating into our business model an opportunity to support other including our our military service members and veterans. Archi's Acres provides a one of a kind world-class agricultural entrepreneurial incubator program, the Sustainable Agriculture Training (SAT) program, in partnership with Cal Poly Pomona, with the intent to exposes strong leaders to the entrepreneurial opportunities which exist in the agriculture industry today. SAT is open to the everyone who is willing to take the challenge, providing training to those interested in learning more about the business behind sustainable agriculture. Learn more about us by clicking here!

                                             For more information about the SAT program, click here.

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