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Local Produce

Middle Tennessee has a vast variety of fresh fruits and vegetables that are available for your personal food pleasure. The greater metropolitan area of Nashville is home to many local produce farms that welcome students to join them in picking their own produce. Below we have compiled a list of local farmers that offer many varieties of fresh healthy fruits and vegetables.

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Cheatham County

  • Mule Shoe Farm
    This organic/sustainable farm sells produce by appointment at their beautiful farm.

    Anne Pouliot
    3120 River Road
    Ashland City
    (615) 792-9955
    apouliot@gmail.com

Davidson County

  • Hungry Gnome Farm
    This farm distributes their produce to the Whites Creek and Franklin Farmers Market, you can buy their produce from these locations.

    Alicia Batson and Bert Hartman
    4712 Lickton Pike
    Whites Creek
    (615) 299-1661
    crackerlake@comcast.net
  • Morning Glory Orchard
    This orchard specializes in apples and peaches and makes jams and jellies from their own produce...it's a really cool place!

    Tina and Curt Wideman
    7690 Nolensville Rd.
    Nolensville
    (615) 395-4088
    curtis.wideman@comcast.net

    Call for availability

Williamson County

  • Paradigm Farms
    This farm raises grass fed beef with no steroids or harmful antibiotics. Check it out year round...

    Jason and Melissa Webb
    College Grove
    (615) 368-2325
    melissa@webbfamilyfarms.com

Before you visit any of these great farms please call and confirm that produce is available. Also, most of these are shown by appointment only.

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