April - September (In season now)
What's here: (Click for recipes) Arugula
, Cauliflower, Celery
, Collards, Cucumber
, Green Beans
, Green Onions
, Hot Peppers, Kale
, Kohlrabi, Lettuce
, Mustard Greens
, Salad Greens
We are a group of like minded family farms growing fruits, vegetables and sustainably raised beef, chicken, pork and rabbit. We have some of the B.E.S.T. and the cheapest prices (a rare find). Our family farm, Jewell Farms, transitioned from tobacco to growing fruits and vegetables for other families through our CSA and farmers markets in Bowling Green and Middle Tennessee. Transitioning from tobacco in this age of new farm missions, Taste of Jewell @ Jewell Farms has embarked in their B.E.S.T. mission, growing the Best fruits and vegetables, Edible fruits and vegetables, Sustainable fruits and vegetables, and Tasteful fruits and vegetables that a sustainable and naturally growing farm can provide!
Our CSA runs from April through September; sign-ups are January through February; includes products from multiple farms. Payment plans are available. Pick up is at our farm in Bowling Green and pre-determined locations.
Last modified: Mon Mar 14 2016
We do our best to keep this guide accurate, but farming is a dynamic
occupation, things change fast. It is a good idea to call and verify
any of the information in this guide before you plan a trip to a
farm. Also, please be considerate. The farms in this guide are working
farms as well as residences in many cases. If you think of yourself
more as a valued guest than a customer you'll have a great experience.
Call to Farmers
We are looking for farmers growing crops, or anyone we
may have missed. If you are not included in this guide and
would like to make sure your farm, farmers market or retail
operation is listed in the future, please get in touch. You
can call Lisa at 1-615-677-6645 or email@example.com
use our online form
Thanks for growing!
(coming to the table?)
We make no guarantee as to the quality of any produce or product from
a farm or to anyone's growing practices. We're only providing a guide
to local farms and invite you to find your favorites.