5470 Sango Rd.
Clarksville, TN 37043
The Food Initiative is a not for profit operation that seeks to grow healthy food, empower lives, and build community. We seek to create these opportunities on our farm site in Clarksville, TN where we grow a variety of fresh fruits and vegetables, as well as raise a variety of animals, such as myotonic goats, laying hens, and pastured hogs. We produce food to benefit the health of the land as well as our bodies. We sell our products through a CSA program, local markets, and we also donate to local hunger relief organizations. We would love to have you come and visit us at the farm. We have opportunties for field trips, group events, and individuals to come and learn. We would love to meet you!
Call To Farmers
We are looking for farmers growing crops, or anyone we may have missed. If you are not included in this guide and would like to make sure your farm, farmers market or retail operation is listed in the future, please get in touch. You can call Lisa at 1-615-677-6645 or email@example.com or use our online form.
Thanks for growing!
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