“A Small Artisanal Family Farm with Big Aspirations”
Many years ago, as a homeschooling family of four living in suburban Atlanta, a desire began to grow in our hearts to move to a farm in a slower-paced, small-town community where we could grow a large garden, and raise our own livestock. Slowly, we began to learn more about organic and sustainable farming techniques. Little by little we caught a vision of how a small family farm could potentially make a big impact for the good of the land, the animals, and the local community. In the spring of 2006, we were able to purchase an 11 acre homestead in the foothills of the North Georgia Mountains where we were able to get some farming experience. A little over a year later, the Lord called us to move to Centerville, TN. In March 2008, we were blessed to be able to purchase 73 acres of rolling hills, lush green pastures, and woodlands bordered by the clear-flowing waters of Beaverdam Creek in Coble, TN.
At Beaverdam Creek Farm our guiding principle is to improve the health of our farm, our family, and our community by utilizing farm management practices which allow us to raise our produce the way our Creator intended: free of harmful chemicals, antibiotics, growth stimulants, and GMOs.
We like to say that Beaverdam Creek is an artisanal farm. That is, we take pride in our work, we are intimately involved in each step of the process from start to finish, we’re passionate about the details, and we’re not interested in cutting corners.