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Randy and Nathan Dodson
8426 Kermit LaFever
Baxter, TN 38544
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Season: All Year - (In season now)
What's here: (Click for recipes) Strawberries, Eggs, Blueberries, Shiitakes, Honey, Molasses
The Waters Farm is a growing and sustainable farm dedicated to organic growing methods, promoting the local food economy, and educating the community about the benefits of locally grown organic and naturally grown foods. We currently grow vegetables and strawberries year round using season extension structures including high tunnels, walk-in tunnels and low tunnels as well as seasonally grown crops. We offer four 12 week CSA seasons with a growing number of available shares. We also offer organically grown brown eggs to individuals and local restaurants from our happy pastured laying hens. We plan to continuously expand our production to include aquaponically grown tilapia, log grown mushrooms, blueberries, honey and molasses. Our intent is to offer workshops on composting, cover-cropping, season extension, food preservation and more. We have an annual Fall Farm Day that will be held this year on October 18th with many fun activities. We can be contacted by phone, e-mail or facebook at facebook/The Waters Farm and will be active members of the local farmers market. We are working toward organic and natural certification to ensure that our customers can have confidence in the food they purchase from our farm.

Last modified: Sun Feb 11 2018
We do our best to keep this guide accurate, but farming is a dynamic occupation, things change fast. It is a good idea to call and verify any of the information in this guide before you plan a trip to a farm. Also, please be considerate. The farms in this guide are working farms as well as residences in many cases. If you think of yourself more as a valued guest than a customer you'll have a great experience.

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