Contact Indian Creek, or Just Drop by the Farm Whenever.

We would love to hear from you, especially if you are a real person. We spend too much time chatting with baskets of fruit. There are a variety of ways to contact us listed below. If we don’t reply right away, remember that we are usually outside working around the farm. We can’t always hear Facebook beeping and, as you can see, Pops can’t really talk on the phone right now…

You can call the farm stand, July through November, at (607) 227-8248. We try to keep the answering machine loaded with a weekly crop message. But the very best way to find out what’s fresh is to subscribe to our weekly Fresh Crop Alerts by email—you will get first dibs on new crops. We also post on Facebook and Twitter daily. Of course you can email any time, just use this form:

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Snail Mail and Snack Attacks

You can find us, the dogs, the food, and the fun spots at:

Indian Creek Farm
1408 Trumansburg Road
Ithaca, New York 14850
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Adopt a Baby Tree

To take home a fruit tree for your very own orchard, please contact our sister business, Cummins Nursery. You can visit Cummins Nursery on the web and email cumminsnursery@gmail.com. We are one of the few nurseries that also runs our own orchard, so we are learning lessons every day on both ends of the tree business. We are happy to share our experience with you when you call or write. We’re nuts bananas plum crazy about fruit trees.

At Cummins Nursery, we sell to individuals, commercial orchards, and pretty much anyone that needs a tree. Apples, peaches, pears, apricots, plums, all kinds of stuff. A tree can be a thoughtful gift that will give back for decades. You could plant a tree when a baby is born, or when Rover goes to heaven, or next time you get a burst of landscaping energy for your yard.