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Category: Harpeth River Farms

Cleaner Water for the Harpeth River with Harpeth Moon Farm

Winding 115 miles, the Harpeth River flows northwest through Franklin and Kingston Springs through cities and past expansive farmlands to eventually reach the Cumberland River. Nearly 250,000 people call this watershed home along with fish, mussels, amphibians, birds and other critters. Over 25% of the Harpeth River Watershed is agricultural land, so there is ample […]

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Farm Highlight: Stoney Creek Farm

Leigh and Olin Funderburk’s 15-acre farm in Williamson County has a creek with a stone bed that winds almost through the entire farm and lends its identity to the name of their property: Stoney Creek Farm. In the spring they have about a quarter acre of yellow daffodils (otherwise known as buttercups) growing all around the creek.  In the summer the […]

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Farm Fresh at the Franklin Farmers Market

Before you run to the grocery store for your summer BBQ and potluck needs, make a trip to your local farmers market – like the Franklin Farmers Market! Not only are you supporting your community of farmers – your guests will feel much more excited to eat your food. Tell them about the local, grass-fed […]

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