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Locally-Sourced List

 

We’re all about buying local here at Mason Jar Magazine, and that includes supporting local farmers and producers here in southern, middle Tennessee. If it’s natural, organic, farm-raised, hand-crafted, homemade, grass-fed, or locally-grown around these parts, hopefully you’ll find it on this list. {To have your items listed, see the instructions at the bottom of this page.}

Bell Buckle

Wellness Emporium – The retail store associated with Woodbury’s Half Hill Organic Farm in Woodbury is in historic Bell Buckle. Their products include mushroom and botanical extracts, tonics, tinctures, mushroom logs, and growlers of hand-crafted kombucha. Located at 13 Webb Road East, 615.469.7778.

Belvidere

Falls Mill Country Store Buy locally produced stone-ground grits, cornmeal, whole wheat flour, and multi-grain pancake mix made with zero preservatives added. Located at historic Falls Mill, 134 Falls Mill Road, 931.469.7161.

Swiss Pantry Fresh-made cookie, fried pies, and breads. The first and third Saturday on each month is their famous Donut Saturday. They get up early to make homemade vanilla, chocolate, and maple glazed donuts. They also sell cakes and breads brought in from the Dutch Oven Bakery, a Mennonite bakery located in Hartselle, Alabama. The Swiss Pantry is located at 10026 David Crockett Highway, 931.962.0567.

Decherd

Strawberries – Dennison Family Farms locally-grown strawberries will be available at their Strawberry Booth located in front of China City at 2285 Decherd Boulevard beginning in April. Quarts and gallons are available on a first-come, first-served basis. You can check out their Facebook page or call their Veggie Line for availability, 931.937.8162.

Elora

Fresh Farm Produce – The Dennisons have been growing local produce on their Lincoln County farm for three generations. To find out what’s currently in season, call their veggie line at 931.937.8162. Onsite sales are available at 98 Milner Switch Road in Elora. {Their strawberry booths will be in Winchester, Fayetteville, and Madison, Alabama beginning in April.}

 Fayetteville

Strawberries – Dennison Family Farms locally-grown strawberries will be available at their Strawberry Booth located in front of Taco Bell at 1200 Huntsville Highway beginning in April. Quarts and gallons are available on a first-come, first-served basis. You can check out their Facebook page or call their Veggie Line for availability, 931.937.8162.

Lynchburg

Farm Eggs – Colorful, farm fresh eggs from chickens raised by local veterinarians. $3 per dozen and available at Lynchburg Veterinary Hospital, 96 Majors Blvd., 931.759.5550. (USDA grass fed beef available Fall 2018.)

Farmer’s Market – Lynchburg Farmers’ Market, Moorehead Pavilion located in Wiseman Park, each Friday from 3-6 PM beginning in May.

Local Honey – From hives located in rural Moore County owned by area farmer, John Ferrell. On site sales available at 434 Daniel Hollow Road or call 931.455.4978 or 931.434.1697.

Fresh Farm Produce – Selling what’s in season including cantaloupes, honey dew, watermelons, beans, beets, broccoli, cabbage, collards, corn, cucumbers, eggplants, kale, lettuce, okra, onions, peppers, potatoes, radishes, squash, winter squash, tomatoes, turnip greens, and turnips. On site sales available at Ferrell Farms, 434 Daniel Hollow Road or call 931.455.4978 or 931.434.1697.

Manchester

Coffee County Farmers Market – Starts in April. Open air market every Saturday right behind the Coffee County Farm Bureau near Fort Street and East Main Street. For more information, call 931.728.4637.

Harvest Local Foods – Locally-made cheese, prepared foods like pimento cheese, fresh made bread, fresh cut flowers, handcrafted ceramics, essential oils, homemade cookies, local honey, farm eggs and so much more. Located at 101 North Irwin Street just off the historic Manchester Square, 931-247-6674.

Shelbyville

Bedford County Farmers Market – On Thursday afternoon starting at 2:30 p.m. until vendors are sold out. Located next to the big blue water tower at the Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration grounds. For more information, call 931.684.5971.

Tullahoma

Tullahoma Farmers Market Starts in May. Every Wednesday morning from 6 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the parking lot of the Trinity Lutheran Church located at 705 Wilson Avenue. For more information call Debi Graham at 931.455.2648 ext. 114.

Wartrace

Fresh Farm Produce – Home grown strawberries, blueberries, and blackberries as well as onions and tomatoes grown in raised beds with no pesticides. Pre-picked or pick-your-own. Strawberry season begins April 20 but you can check availability at 931.389.6470. Farm kitchen also sells homemade strawberry cakes, strawberry breads, strawberry jam, strawberry ice cream, and Strawberry Honey Pops. Raw, local honey also available from the Bee Yard. Located at 310 Potts Road.

Winchester 

Franklin County Farmers Market – Starts in May and opens Tuesdays, Thursday, and Saturdays at he pavilion on Dinah Shore Boulevard beginning at 7 a.m. For more information, contact John Ferrell at 931.967.2741.

{To have your items listed, please submit an approximate 50 word description to masonjarmag@gmail.com or through Facebook Messenger. Be sure to include your location and preferred contact method and any of the following hashtags that apply: #non-GMO #cagefree #organic #USDAorganic #raw #grassfed #allnatural #glutenfree #homemade #handmade #noantibiotics. One free listing per producer. Listing over 50 word may be edited.}

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