Long Hungry Creek Farm

The Long Hungry Creek Farm's CSA offers middle Tennesseans more than 80 varieties of vegetables, herbs and flowers each year. Conferences and events held throughout the year highlight Biodynamic farming, natural and alternative health, herbs, and musical fun.

Long Hungry Creek Farm is the oldest and largest organic farm in Tennessee. For the past 12 years the farm has been certified biodynamic. In addition to farming and running a CSA for 120 families, owner Jeff Poppen writes a weekly column for his local paper, The Macon County Chronicle, and appears on Nashville's local PBS affiliate, "The Volunteer Gardener". Jeff offers farm tours and internships. He also hosts an annual Biodynamic Gardening Conference in September.

Listing last updated on Feb 1, 2010

The Long Hungry Creek Farm CSA provides its members with fresh biodynamic/organic food at competitive prices and a connection with the farm and farmers who grow the food. There is a waiting list for the 2008 CSA season - contact Alan to get started.



Season:  May through December

Type:  single farm

Since:  1999

# of Shares:  120

Full Share:  $25/week or $700/year

1/2 Share:  $15/week or $400/year

Work Req?  No


Schedule and Location:

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This is our first experience with a CSA, so I don't have much to compare it to. However, we are very happy! There is enough of a variety, so you don't feel limited to a few items.... [more]


I attended a fantastic conference at Long Hungry Creek Farm recently and had the pleasure of tasting their delicious food and seeing the farm still in growing season.... [more]

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