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The local food movement progresses if we work together.
We've partnered with several local, organic farms to build an ethical food hub in Georgia. Our farmers care about doing things "the right way", enriching both their soil & surrounding communities. Each new year, we come together to thoughtfully plan growing seasons, reducing waste & keeping your baskets unique throughout the year.
Rodger's Greens and Roots Farm
Ashley Rodgers, formerly the farm manager at Serenbe, now has her own beautiful farm in Douglasville. Watch our video filmed on the farm with Chef Chris Edwards
Matt and his parents, Steve and Vicky, are not only some of the nicest people, but they also love to experiment with unique and new fruits and vegetables. More Info
Woodland Gardens Farm
Celia at Woodland Gardens is a favorite of many top chefs. You can find her produce on menus throughout Atlanta. Watch our video filmed at Woodland with Farmer Celia and Atlanta chef Jarrett Stieber of Little Bear.
Hickory Hill Farm
Garry and Susan are the fifth generation to farm on land that's been in the family since the early 1800s. Their daughter Jennifer and her husband Josh also share in the farm management.
Rise 'N Shine
Mitch manages an awesome crew of people on his nutrient rich farmland, located on the Oostanaula River floodplain.
Signal Mountain Farm
Based on top of Signal Mountain, Thomas is known for his amazing tomato production. During the winter months, he travels the world to glean agricultural wisdom from other growers.
Wauka Meadows Sustainable Farm
Nick Ball responsibly pastures hogs, chickens and cows. And his eggs... well they don't call him The Egg Man for nothin!
Fresh Harvest Garden
Under the care of Cody and Alison, Fresh Harvest has created a small garden on 28 acres in Clarkston.
Row by Rowe
After spending years working on farms around the south, husband and wife duo Josh and Jess Plymale started their very own. And what an adventure it's been!
Big Branch Valley Farm
Sarah and Alex are committed to growing high quality food that energizes our bodies, improves our land, and empowers our minds. They occasionally struggle with black bears eating their produce.
West Georgia Farmer's Cooperative
Growing on the banks of the Oostanaula River, Tucker Farms grows specialty lettuces, greens, and garden vegetables. Their hydroponic greenhouse allows them to grow greens year-round.
Charlotte and Wes run a diverse farm where the land and livestock support each other through closed-loop systems.
Orchard Valley Mushrooms
Julius, one of our most outgoing farmers, grows gourmet specialty mushrooms for baskets each week.
Nathan and his dad Murray aim to reclaim their land by growing organic, non-GMO row crops like corn and wheat, which are milled on-site the old fashioned way.
Mountain Fresh Creamery
Scott and Jennifer's dairy produces low temperature pasteurized milk, delivered fresh each week.
Crystal Organic Farm
Nicolas and Jeni Donck run one of the oldest certified organic farms in the southeast, specializing in vegetables, flower, and medicinal herbs. They refuse to send anything less than the best quality.
Ilana and Zach own and operate a first generation, biodiverse farm in Madison, GA. They grow food and flowers with a focus on regenerative agricultural practices, understanding that the soil is part of a delicately balanced food web.
Diamond Hill Farm
Carter has cultivated several acres of farmland near Athens on two properties. Along with exceptional veggies, he specializes in growing a large variety of Georgia's most beautiful flowers.
Miles Berry Farm
Despite the name, brothers Jimmy and Allen Miles grown more than just berries. Their farm in southeast Georgia might be known for blueberries and strawberries, but they also grow lots of tasty corn!
David and Shalley raise water buffalo, alpaca and sheep on their sprawling pastureland. Their responsible practice of rotational grazing is not only great for the animals but is also regenerative to the land.
We slept in their fields and ate our meals from their harvest.
In the summer of 2016, we went on a camping trip to visit our amazing local farmers. We crashed a drone a couple times and learned about the impact that Fresh Harvest customers are having on our local food system.