Bells Bend (Davidson County)

Bells Bend Neighborhood Farms CSA
(4 farms in Bells Bend/Scottsboro: Sulphur Creek Farm, Ellen’s Melons & Berries, Whooping Crane Farm, Red Bull Farm) [Eric Wooldridge & Brooke Gillon]
5188 Old Hickory Boulevard, Nashville

College Grove (Williamson County)

Delvin Farms [Hank & Cindy Delvin, Hank Jr. & Liz Delvin]
6290 McDaniel Road

Columbia (Maury County)

Arugula’s Star of Neal Family Farms [Allison & Matthew Neal]
6624 Leipers Creek Road

Goodlettsville (Davidson County)

Madison Creek Farms [Mark & Peggy Lann Marchetti]
1228 Willis Branch Road

Hickman (Hickman County)

Peaceful Pastures [Jenny & Darrin Drake)
69 Cown Valley Lane

Joelton (Davidson County)

Eaton’s Creek Organics [Tana Comer]
5570 Eaton’s Creek Road


Bugtussle Farm (included in our Kentucky directory of CSA farms under Gamaliel in Monroe County)
Makes deliveries of CSA shares at Richland Park Farmers Market in Nashville

Petersburg (Lincoln County)

Doe Run Farm [John & Judy McGary]
345 Old Petersburg Pike

Pleasant View (Cheatham County)

Paradise Produce Farm [Stacy Geny]
2424 Jack Teasley Road

Red Boiling Springs (Macon County)

Long Hungry Creek Farm [Alan Powell & Jeff Poppen]
Long Hungry Road (off King Hill Road)

Smyrna (Rutherford County)

Bloomsbury Farm [Lauren Palmer]
9398 Del Thomas Road

Spring City (Rhea County)

Colvin Family Farm (Colvin Family)
1045 JB Swafford Road

Williamsport (Maury County)

Bountiful Blessings Farm [Edwin and John Dysinger families]
654 & 686 Dry Prong Road
931.583.2795 & 931.583.0139

Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a growing movement in America, which has provided economic support and predictability to farmers, practicing traditional family farming, that they will be able to continue to farm, and that communities will be able to enjoy fresh, local farm products.  Partnering with local farms by purchasing a “share” in the season’s harvest, consumers can know where their food is coming from and have the satisfaction of supporting local agriculture.

Participants, who purchase their shares early in the season, provide the farmer with a stable income, and in return they receive a weekly supply of fresh local farm products.  This concept of Community Supported Agriculture was introduced into the United States in 1985 by Robyn Van En, who farmed in South Egremont, Massachusetts.  She learned of the concept from a Swiss friend, Jan Vander Tuin, and within 4 years her farm’s original membership of 30 shares grew to 150.

Wilson College in Chambersberg, Pennsylvania has established the Robyn Van En Center in honor of Ms. Van En who died in 1997.  The Robyn Van En Center maintains a data base of Community Supported Agriculture farms, now numbering over 1400 farms,  which is easily searched.  CLICK HERE to search for a CSA farm convenient to your home using this directory.

A Community Supported Agriculture directory of farms is also currently under construction for this website.  This directory will provide detailed information on CSA farms, which have established a commitment to produce their farm products using organic methods, without the use of harmful chemicals, genetic engineering or any synthetics, and which show care for the health of people, animals, land and water.  Please send information on CSA farms which meet this standard by visiting the contact us page.

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