March - November (In season now)
What's here: (Click for recipes) Hickory Syrup, Veggie Plants
While we are still in the start up phase, we are growing a variety of heirloom and open pollinated herbs, vegetables, fruits and nuts, and will be offering heirloom plant starts this spring. We also make specialty wheat-free, gluten-free and Paleo breads, cookies, jellies, jams and syrups, including traditional Appalachian hickory syrup. We also are doing veggie starter plants.
In the near future, we hope to be adding chemical-free raw and unprocessed honey, pastured eggs, mushrooms and fermented foods such as milk kefir, water kefir and kombucha.
We are also in the beginning fundraising stage of starting a local GMO-free cafe, which will feature a variety of homemade foods from around the world, including vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free, diabetic-friendly and Paleo foods in a relaxed, casual atmosphere that will include a variety of art, music, poetry and a variety of classes on varying subjects. We plan on being open late, to welcome and cater to the night owls of Middle Tennessee, who until now have been drastically under-served.
The cafe will offer foods that are organic wherever possible, and always 100% free from genetically engineered ingredients of any kind. We believe in real food.
Farm hours are by appointment only.
Last modified: Tue May 3 2016
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