Everett Heritage Farm

The land we cultivate has been a part of the Everett family farm for more than 97 years in McLemore Cove at the base of Lookout Mountain in Walker County, GA.

Our farming practices are based on organic, bio-intensive and sustainable heritage farming methods. We are non-certified ORGANIC - pesticide and chemical free and take great pride in the natural high quality of our produce.

Examples of produce available in season: Potatoes: Blue, red and yellow heirloom varieties - Summer/Fall Carrots: A colorful array 5 or more varieties - Spring/Fall Spinach: Heirloom Savoyed - Spring/Fall Kale: Heirloom Tuscano - Spring/Fall Lettuces: Red & Green Butter heads + leaf varieties. - Spring/Fall Fresh Herbs - - Spring/Summer/Fall Beets: Golden, Red and Chioggia - Spring/Fall Radishes: Heirloom & traditional mix - Spring/Fall Stringless Snap Beans: Royal Burgundy, Yellow Wax and Green Provider - Spring/Summer/Fall Red & Green Scallions - Spring/Summer/Fall Swiss Chard - Spring/Fall Heirloom Tomatoes - Summer/Early Fall Heirloom Watermelons - Summer Summer & Winter Squash heirloom varieties - Summer/Fall Heirloom Pumpkins & Ornamental Gourds Oriental Eggplant - Summer/Fall Peppers- Summer/Early Fall Okra- Summer/Early Fall Sweet Potatoes- Late Summer/Fall Sugar Snap Peas - Spring/Fall & MORE

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Listing last updated on Feb 22, 2014

Organically produced, pesticide free fruits and vegetables cultivated in beautiful McLemore Cove near Chickamauga, GA - 25 miles south of Chattanooga, TN.



Season:  May through November

Type:  single farm

Since:  2011

# of Shares:  20

Full Share:  26 weeks Full Share $800 ($31.77 per week)

1/2 Share:  26 weeks - Half Share $450 ($16.35 per week)

Work Req?  No


Schedule and Location:

Brainerd Farmers Market, 20 Belvoor Ave. Chattanooga, TN
Saturday from 10 a.m. to Noon.
Main Street Farmers Market, 235 Eat Main St. Chattanooga, TN
Mountain Cove Farm, 838 Dougherty Gap Rd. ChickamauGA, GA



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