Hill and Hollow Farm - Community Supported Agriculture

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Join now for the 2015 season, Hill and Hollow's 15th. Learn more about our CSA.

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Farmers Markets

Hill and Hollow Farm is excited to support two of our region’s farmer’s markets: metro Nashville Farmer’s Market and Bounty of the Barrens Market in Glasgow, Kentucky. Read more


We want interns to be involved in all aspects of life here at Hill and Hollow. Our interns work with either Paul or me each day learning what it takes to run a CSA and live in a sustainable way off of the land. Learn more

What is CRAFT?

KY CRAFT is an exciting initiative that will support farm intern/apprentice networking, collaboration and education for Kentucky. We have been hosting interns on our farm for 6 years, and have interned on many other farms prior to that. Learn more

Produce with personality

Hill and Hollow farm is tucked in the wooded hills of south central Kentucky, surrounded in fact by trees on three sides with a view to the north. The farms fields are low in the landscape, shaped and bounded by the flat rock creek and its branches. Cedar trees have replaced many acres of what was originally cleared and planted by the pioneers who built the barn and outbuildings that we now use. The farm was long since abandoned by farmers and successive owners were interested logging, woodworking and hunting, leaving the fields we inherited simply overgrown, rather than ravaged by constant crops of tobacco and the accompanying application of chemicals.

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What is Community Supported Agriculture?

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CSA is a partnership between a farm and a community of consumers that provides a direct link between the production and consumption of food. With the understanding that the healthiest food is grown locally and organically, CSA addresses several existing concerns we all share about our food supply. As a model for the future of sustainable agriculture, CSA serves to develop a regional food source and strong local economy; to encourage healthy land stewardship; to maintain a stable relationship between rural and urban communities; and to protect the environment of the small family farm. The mutually beneficial relationship guarantees the farmers a market, enabling them to continue farming amidst the growing pressures of an economy that favors industrial agriculture. It simultaneously provides the consumer with the highest quality produce along with a personal connection to its source.

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Hill & Hollow wool products

We are now selling our wool products on Etsy! We love our sheep and you will love their wool!