Wild Things Farm

Do you know your Farmer? Wild Things Farm is on a small corner of the Cumberland Plateau in a very fertile bottomland where chickens and honey bees co-exit, and soil is constantly being nurtured and replenished to produce the healthiest veggies and fruits for the CSA and the market. The CSA operates from Memorial Day week through Labor Day week and members get to actually rate their veggies at the beginning of the season so they aren't plagued with things they don't like or can't eat. Workshops/field days/open farms are scheduled throughout the year to encourage folks to get closer to where their food comes from and learn life skills to enhance the chemical-free lifestyle so many are seeking these days.

Listing last updated on Jan 22, 2015

Wild Things' CSA members get to rate their veggies at the beginning of the season so they aren't bothered during the season with produce they don't really like! Egg shares of Fresh Eggs from the Happy Hens are also available to CSA members if desired.



Season:  May through September

Type:  single farm

Since:  2008

# of Shares:  20

Full Share:  the season runs from Memorial Day week through Labor Day week for 16 weeks. Full share is $480 and a half share (every other week) is $250

1/2 Share:  $250 full box with every other week; 8 weeks total

Work Req?  No


Schedule and Location:

Wednesdays in Fairfield Glade at the 4-way stop from 11-1 or so (until we get tired or run out of produce)



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Awesome varierty of produce throughout the season. Owner, Terry, very nice and accommodating.

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