Rippling Waterslast updated: October 2012
A non-profit farm dedicated to promoting food security through education, action, and service.  We want to help you grow your own food and we grow your food through organic broad-acre permaculture methods and our mantra is “Sustaining the Soul of Organics”. 

The farm highlights include:
  • 5 acres in organic produce, herb and cut flowers production.  It’s rolling fields slope downto the Saco River where you can hear Limington Rapids and the “rippling waters”.
  • a winding trail and soon to be built labyrinth twists and turns through the woods along the river, gives you an opportunity to relax and enjoy nature.
  • a field trail gives you an educational understanding of organic farming as well as viewing our companion planting and broad-acre permaculture techniques and variety trials.
  • permaculture practices include a one-quarter acre mandala garden;  produce bedsare covered in mulch,interspersed with herbs, perennials and annual companion plants; a perennial tea & wildlife garden; and this year we are expanding Kaylee’s garden into a one-quarter acre herb spiral.
  • four hoophouses specializing in tomatoes and our renowned sungold tomatoes and a large production greenhouse used for growing seedlings and crop production
  • a farm store and a retail greenhouse with an attached open air arbor
  • a workshop & training center for our volunteers & staff


Contact Rippling Waters

Contact Rippling Waters

Richard Rudolph
55 River Rd
Steep Falls, Maine  04085
Phone: 207-642-5161


Service Area

Statewide service provider in:
  • Maine

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