"Good living through good food!" Whitestone Farm is "Certified Organic" (USDA/Clemson U./DPI...DPI-09006). We produce seasonal vegetables and fruits using heirloom and native varieties, including many from our Cherokee and Creek Indian friends. Our CSA members receive a 10% discount on all purchases and benefit from year-round opportunities including educational workshops (like cheese-making or survival skills) and Slow Foods Adventures. Our produce is sold at the Emory University and Morningside (organic!) Farmer's Markets in Atlanta as well as our own Whitestone Farm Stand off Highway 515 at Old Whitestone Road East, north of the Scenic Overlook in Talking Rock. We raise heritage chickens (Dominiques, Barred Rocks and Rhode Island Reds) and have a growing Nubian dairy goat herd. We host farm tours/stays, have an Intern- and Apprenticeship Program and welcome WWOOF'ers! Contact us for more details, to receive a brochure or to register for a workshop!

Listing last updated on Jun 8, 2009

Take back your foodways! Find your local supplier of clean, good food and buy from them! Do not assume that the food from Big Brand Grocers is either good, or good for you! Local foods, heirloom seeds, sustainable breeds and edible weeds will take care of your needs!

To our public: educate yourself. Vote "Dinner Table Politics" and stand by your Constitution!



Season:  Year round

Type:  single farm

Since:  2007

# of Shares:  50

Full Share:  $50 annual fee, 10% OFF all purchases (Markets or Stand!)

Work Req?  No


Schedule and Location:

Emory University Farmers Market, Tuesdays, 2PM - 6PM
Morningside Organic Farmers Market, Sat. 7AM-11:30AM (year-round)

Schedule and Location:

1169 Old Whitestone Road East, Talking Rock, Ga. 30175
Thurs and Fridays 2PM - 6PM, Saturdays 10 AM -- 6PM // Sundays Noon -- 6 PM



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This looked really great! So we went to find the farm and couldn't find it! Later when we talked to people they said it went out of business last year... I guess their page needs to be updated!


really enjoyed the tour of the farm. glad to see people getting back to the basic.

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