Honoré was brought to life from the simple idea that food should sustain and nourish our bodies, minds and planet. We stand for the restoration of our relationships with grain; with each other; with the earth.
Elizabeth DeRuff, owner of Honoré Farm and Mill, is an Agricultural Chaplain with The Episcopal Church, businesswoman and farmer who makes her home in Marin County. She is a pioneer in exploring the intersection of food, land and faith. In this capacity, she conducts research, writes, teaches, preaches and consults with congregations around the country.
Currently, Elizabeth grows and sources two varieties of heirloom wheat which are stone milled and available for sale from Honoré Farm and Mill. She also directs a CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) that provides flour to churches.