First Generation Farmers

Highland Heights Farm’s story began in 2008 when, in search of a simpler life more connected to nature and our food, we packed up our family and moved to the country.  As we began our journey, we sensed the Lord giving us a passion for farming the way He designed.  By being good stewards of the land and raising animals free of confinement in a natural environment and growing food free of chemicals.

We enjoy the lifestyle that farming has provided for our family. But, one of the greatest gifts that we’ve been given is the community that we’ve received with our customers. They know us. They know our farm. And in turn, we’ve gotten to know them. This has been a beautiful thing and has given “Know your farmer, know your food” weight behind these words. “Community Through Food” is a beautiful thing.

So grateful to be your farmer!

Farmer Evan & Autumn and their three kids.

“May the favor of the Lord our God rest upon us. Establish the work of our hands for us— yes, establish the work of our hands.”
Psalm 90:17

Meet Our Team

Evan Overbay
Evan OverbayFarmer
“Access to good, fresh, real food and the basic skills to cook it has the power to transform lives” – Jamie Oliver. With the gentle prompting of my wife I began my education on what healthy fresh food really is about 6 year ago. Cooking has always been a hobby of mine. My aim is that by growing good, fresh, real food Highland Heights might improve the health and happiness of future generations, through the food they eat by being easily accessible through local markets. Through food education we aim to revolutionize the way people feed themselves, and their families.
Autumn Overbay
Autumn OverbayFarmer
Highland Heights name originates from Autumn’s great-grandfather who owned property in Anderson, IN and called it Highland Heights Estate. Through her childhood into early adulthood Autumn grew up in England and often traveled to Scotland for holiday. “Highland Heights” reminded Autumn of the Scottish Highlands and with a local church called Scotland Christian Church, the name seemed fitting for the area, as well as their personal heritage.