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Root 5 Farm
2340 US Route 5 North, Fairlee, VT
Root 5 Farm is a certified organic vegetable farm located on 38 acres in Fairlee, Vermont, along the Connecticut River. The fertile river bottom soils provide a rich environment for growing over 100 different varieties of vegetables and herbs.
The farm has been certified organic by Vermont Organic Farmers (VOF) since 2006. We are dedicated to growing practices that use a holistic approach to soil fertility, pest control and plant and animal health. We build our soil through crop rotation and cover cropping. We're committed to a healthy workplace, environment, and community, and our products are infused with that attention. You’ll taste the difference!read more
Caney Fork Farms is a 400 acre organic vegetable, multispecies livestock, and chestnuts agroforestry farm in the hills of Middle Tennessee.We raise cattle, sheep, and pigs on organic land with organic practices. Our livestock are grazed and fed in a way that is optimal to their health and quality of life. Subsequently, these practices improve the land and sequester carbon into the soil. Special attention is given to their rearing so that the final product that you take home is of the highest quality, leaving you satisfied and nourished. Our vegetables are grown organically.read more
Farmhouse Nashville was born out of necessity. As a mother of four young children, I desired to feed my family nourishing food, healing food, local food and affordable food. I was disheartened at the prices of organic and was determined not to feed my family food that was from factory farms and laden with chemicals, pesticides and shipped in from thousands of miles away! Was that even possible? Ten years ago I joined a raw milk co-op in West Nashville. It was a step in the right direction. Our raw milk farmer was an Old Order Mennonite farmer. We were thrilled to have found a source for affordable, clean, healthy milk. Finding organic produce in this same community was a lot harder than I envisioned. It is a myth that Amish and Mennonite farmers are organic. Only two farmers in this community are growing organically. After months of searching, I discovered Golden Rule farm growing against the "grain" of the community. They were convinced and convicted that organic farming was the only way to grow nourishing, flavorful foods that would heal not only our bodies, but the land. Our partnership was only the beginning of this story. We started offering CSA shares to friends and family in Lebanon, then Mount Juliet and today, we serve hundreds of families in Middle Tennessee. Our commitment to nutrient-dense produce, pasture raised eggs and meats is undeniable. We work together to offer food that is not only healthier but affordable for families. We believe that foods grown organically are naturally best, but we also know that foods raised without the use of pesticides, chemicals and herbicides are healing the land. We use trace minerals and nutrients to enrich the soil. Organic is good, but nutrient-dense is better!Come share in the harvest and see and taste the difference of Fresh, Local, Real Food!read more