Southern Eden Farm

We practice natural growing techniques and pest management, which can be seen on our blogsite, including frog pond development for pest control, biochar for natural soil supplementation, and the use of insects for composting and chicken feed.

We offer a wide variety of seasonal fruits and vegetables available through CSA shares, Upick by appointment, and local farmers markets.

Our CSA shares are extremely limited, so order early. We offer full, half, and mini shares Spring through mid Winter!

Eggs and Bread are also available. Eggs available Summer/Fall 2012.

Bread available year round. I grind my own wheat for these breads, and harvest wild yeast during the warm months.

Available varieties for farm pickup are whole wheat and multigrain, which includes sunflower seed, poppy, millet and sesame seed.

Other varieties will be available for pickup at the Friday PCFB Farmers Market in Dallas, at 2515 Marietta Hwy. This is the intersection of hwy.92/Hwy.120 across from Stars and Strikes. The market runs from April through November.


Listing last updated on Dec 7, 2011

CSA Shares are limited. Order now!

Season:  April through November

Type:  single farm

Since:  2009

# of Shares:  25

Full Share:  24 weeks: $600 Produce April/May thru November. 8 Week mini shares: $240

1/2 Share:  24 weeks: $360, produce April/May thru November. or 8 week mini shares: $130

Work Req?  No

Schedule and Location:

PCFB Farmers Market Fridays 3:00 - 7:00pm
2515 Marietta Hwy. (Intersection of Hwy.92/Hwy.120 across from Stars and Strikes). Market runs April thru November.

PCFB Farmers Market Tuesdays 3:00 - 7:00pm
Same location, open during peak harvest, typically June-August

Schedule and Location:

Call or email for availability. Upick by appointment only. Priority given to CSA share owners.

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