We are a family owned and operated farm nestled in the beautiful mountains of eastern Kentucky. The four acres in crop and orchard production are surrounded by 100+ acres of mostly wooded and wildlife-inhabited land. While the farm is located in Elliott County, we have local CSA basket pickups in Morehead.
Our family grows heirloom vegetables, culinary herbs, small fruits, and mushrooms primarily for Hippie Holler Farm CSA members. Produce is also available separately by contacting Farmer Maggie directly by phone or email.
We practice earth-friendly farming. We grow authentic food by hand. We understand that all life is deeply connected, and that we are merely caretakers of this land.
While not certified organic, we faithfully follow sustainable, organic farming practices. Our family eats what we grow, so you can trust what your family eats from our farm.
We are committed to preserving our rich local and regional seed heritage in eastern Kentucky, while also taking delight in growing heirloom varieties from around the world. We typically grow 200+ different varieties each year, including over 100 different varieties of tomatoes.
Weather and energy permitting, several on-the-farm events are planned this season. These include workshops on how to inoculate shitake logs, an heirloom tomato tasting, high tunnel construction, and beside-the-garden meal and music evenings.
Most Hippie Holler Farm CSA members join because they want to be 100% sure that the food their family eats is safe, healthy, farm fresh delicious, and grown with respect to the earth.
We work diligently to earn and keep the trust of our CSA members and produce customers.
Come join us in a slower, simplier way of life. Connect more deeply with the natural rhythms of life. Enjoy real food lovingly grown by Farmers Maggie & Ned, with the faithful assistance of our rescue dogs, Scout and Atticus.
Join us for the 2012 season! A limited number of CSA shares are still available, with local pickup in Morehead. Most Hippie Holler Farm CSA members join because they want to be 100% sure that the food their family eats is safe, healthy, farm fresh delicious, and grown with respect to the earth. Slow down and enjoy real food lovingly grown by farmers you know.
Season: June through October
Type: single farm
# of Shares: 25
Full Share: $540 for 18 weekly baskets = $30 per week
Work Req? No
Two years since I retired and moved to Oklahoma, and I still miss my CSA basket from Hippie Holler. (I returned the basket when I moved.)
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Such a great farm! Every thing that we have received from Hippie Holler has been top notch. They really go out of their way to ensure their crops are organically raised and to ensure variety of all of their crops.... [more]
- beets - recipe
- broccoli - recipe
- brussels sprouts - recipe
- cabbage - recipe
- carrots - recipe
- chinese greens - recipe
- collards - recipe
- cucumber - recipe
- eggplant - recipe
- green beans - recipe
- hot peppers - recipe
- kale - recipe
- lettuce - recipe
- mushrooms - recipe
- mustard greens - recipe
- okra - recipe
- onions - recipe
- parsnips - recipe
- peas - recipe
Pulses (beans, peas & lentils)
- Aunt Ruby's German Green tomato
- Boston Marrow squash
- Bull Nose Large Bell pepper
- Cherokee Purple tomato
- Fish pepper
- German Pink tomato
- Grandpa Admire's lettuce
- Green-striped cushaw, aka Tennessee Sweet Potato Cushaw squash
- Inchelium Red garlic
- Jimmy Nardello's Sweet Italian Frying pepper
- Orange Oxheart tomato
- Red Fig tomato
- Sheepnose Pimiento
- Speckled lettuce
- Sudduth Strain Brandywine tomato