Local residents go ‘Farm to Fork’

Jessica Boyd • Updated May 11, 2016 at 8:30 PM

Farm to Fork is featured each Thursday through Oct. 27, from 4:30-6 p.m. at Goodall Homes at Stonebridge.

Farm to Fork allows people to buy locally grown organic produce directly from farmers. By buying directly from local farmers, customers are guaranteed to have the freshest, most nutrient rich fruits and vegetables possible. Delvin Farms will provide all the produce for Farm to Fork. 

“We believe in growing methods that improve our environment by enhancing the quality of our water, building our soils for healthy plants and by not using harmful chemicals in our farming,” said Hank Delvin on the farm’s website. “Our organic vegetables are packed with nutrients extracted from our deep mineral rich soils, clean air and fresh water. Throughout the seasons you can find more than 80 varieties of heirloom and traditional vegetables grown on our farm.”

Delvin Farms will sell its community supported agriculture boxes in two sizes, full and half shares. Each size consists of an overfilled 1/2-bushel box of organic produce. The full share is delivered every week from end of May through October for a total of 24 pickups. The half share is delivered every other week from May through October for a total of 12 pickups.

For more information on how to join the CSA program, contact Delvin Farms at 615-538-5538 or visit delvinfarms.com.

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