Coulter's Good Earth Farm is a small, family farm located in the heart of Kentucky's Bluegrass Region. We raise sustainably-grown vegetables, fruit, and farm products for our family and yours. We are a truly diversified farm integrating livestock, orchards, pasture, and natural areas with our annual and perennial vegetable crops.
We believe that all people should have access to fresh, healthy food that actually tastes good, and is grown close to home. We've been farming for a long time, but we've been selling our produce since 2003. Come and taste the difference!
Eat Local, Eat Better.
Chris and Amy Coulter
The next available CSA spots will be for fall 2019. See our website for more information on spring veggie boxes, open farm days, and plant sales. We still have frozen Aronia berries for sale and are one of the few local sources for these powerful super-fruit!
Season: April through October
Type: single farm
# of Shares: 50
Full Share: $450 for 20 weekly shares throughout the growing season
1/2 Share: $250
Work Req? No
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Schedule and Location:
Our main market is the St. Matthew's Farmers' Market in Louisville. Open Saturdays, May to October.
I have been with this CSA for years now. I find it is a great value for fresh, local, high quality food. They focus on sustainable, non-chemical production methods, so I feel I am getting "clean" food - good for me and the environment! The Coulters themselves are always willing to answer any questions about their products and how to prepare it, and you can see the pride they have in their food.... [more]
It was so great to be part of the Coulter's CSA this year. I appreciate their hard work and dedication to their farm and family. They seem to do it all!... [more]
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We're very happy with Coulter's. They offer a good variety of fruits and veggies and sometimes a random surprise from the farm! The apples this year were the best apples I've had in probably a decade.... [more]