Three Springs Farm

Three Springs Farm is central Kentucky's longest-running CSA farm. Since 1999, using organic and sustainable methods, we have been producing vegetables, fruits, herbs, and cut flowers for subscribing customers and several area restaurants. The farm is 200 acres of hills and hollows, located along Crooked Creek between Barterville and Barefoot, in Nicholas County, Kentucky. Situated on the northern edge of the state's central bluegrass region, two acres of fertile bottomland lie at the heart of the farm. From this comes our small family farm's primary income. We host an average of two interns per season-- interns have their own home, on partially-wooded land overlooking the farm's fields.

Listing last updated on Jun 1, 2014

Subscribe to Three Springs Farm CSA and embark on a culinary adventure that is all too rare in an age of industrialized, pre-packaged food: the adventure of eating locally and seasonally. We take a preservationist approach to farming: our two acres of cropland are surrounded by more than 150 acres of pasture and woods. Customers not only support sustainable farming practices and their own good health--they also help to preserve our wildlands.

Season:  April through November

Type:  single farm

Since:  1999

# of Shares:  80

Full Share:  

Work Req?  No

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Everyone assumes that beautiful, fresh, tasty vegetables from a CSA like Three Springs Farm are more expensive than similar items purchased at a supermarket.... [more]

We got hooked on the concept of a CSA at another farm, where we had a share for 3 years, but our enthusiasm was waning because the selection of produce didn't match our personal tastes well and many weeks we felt that too much food was going to waste.... [more]

I'm a fan of local produce and no grocery can match the produce supplied by a Three Springs Farm CSA basket. Each year as the growing season winds to a close I find myself becoming more depressed by the thought of weeks of winter without my fresh produce fix.... [more]

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