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About Cobblestone Farms

Cobblestone Farms is a 501(c)3, our mission is to address food insecurity by donating over half of production to families and hunger relief agencies in the NWA community. The Cobblestone Farm aids in the fight against hunger by growing and distributing certified naturally grown produce and eggs to local agencies. Our main source of funding is through CSA subscriptions and wholesale.


We distribute fresh produce from the Fayetteville and Bentonville operations to local partners: Northwest Arkansas Food Bank, Samaritan House, Fayetteville Public Library Books & Bites event, 2nd Street Pantry, Yvonne Richardson Center, Genesis and LifeSource. 

Working with our community partners New Heights Church, Single Parent Scholarship of Bentonville, Brightwater: A Center for the Study of Food and the VA Hospital we are able to offer a variety of programs dedicated to educating and advocating. 

Cobblestone Farms(1) provides access to fresh food to those who struggle to meet their needs, (2) motivates those in our community to live sustainably, (3) advocates for Arkansans who suffer from food insecurity, and (4) partners with local hunger relief agencies and sustainable development programs.

Cobblestone aims to feed the hungry nutritionally stable meals.

1 in 8 People in NWA are Food Insecure

We Grow and Donate 50% of Production to Hunger Relief Efforts in NWA

Cobblestone Farms Currently Work with Over 20 Partners to Address Food Insecurity