May - December
What's here: (Click for recipes) Arugula
, Bok Choy
, Bell Pepper
, Cherry Tomatoes
, English Peas, Green Beans
, Hot Peppers, Kale
, Pumpkins, Scallions
, Sugar Peas, Summer Squash
, Swiss Chard
Certified organic we delivery to 2 locations in Nashville. We offer a 28 week Spring - Fall CSA and 12 week fall-winter CSA featuring a wide variety of seasonal vegetables, berries, melons & herbs. All produce is lovingly nurtured on our small family farm using only organic growing practices! No man-made chemicals! No GMOs! Perishables picked the day of delivery to Nashville locations: 3001 Belmont Blvd., 37212 and 480 Hogan Rd., 37220.
Our members receive a weekly, or every other week basket of FARM-FRESH, LOCAL, CHEMICAL-FREE vegetables, berries, melons and herbs. Farming brothers Andrew and Reuben Habegger are dedicated to growing the most pure, most nutritionally dense produce and are continuously learning more methods to bring the healthiest food our way, always grown free of all synthetic chemicals. The cost is very reasonable.
We also now raise grass-fed beef, not certified organic.
For Nashville info: eco-gardenscsa.weebly.com email@example.com 615-331-0104
For info about the Hendersonville pick-up contact Regina Gammon at Hendersonville Produce, 760 East Main Street, Hendersonville, TN 37075, firstname.lastname@example.org, 615-826-0033
Using only horsepower to till the soil, we have worked the family farm for 30 years. Our first fields were certified organic in 2006. To keep paper work to a minimum, we currently only certify a few fields. In all of our fields, we abide by organic standards and continue to apply methods we learn that exceed organic standards. In addition to our CSA, we also sell at The Produce Place and Hendersonville Produce and beginning in May, we will be having an on farm market every Saturday.
Last modified: Wed Feb 1 2017
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