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about cobblestone farm

The Cobblestone Project is a local non-profit passionately committed to hunger relief by donating over half of production to local food agencies in NWA. Our mission is to grow fresh food locally so we can support and teach the community the role fresh food has on health, wellness and a sustainable future. The Cobblestone Farm aids in the fight against hunger by growing and distributing certified naturally grown produce and eggs to local agencies. 

We exist to:  Provide access to fresh food to those who struggle to meet their basic needs.  

Motivate individuals in our community to live sustainably and advocate for the food insecure.  

Partner with local hunger relief agencies and sustainable development programs.

We distribute fresh produce from our Fayetteville farm to local partners: Northwest Arkansas Food Bank, Samaritan House, Fayetteville Public Library Books & Bites event, 2nd Street Pantry and LifeSource. 

Working with our community partners New Heights Church, Single Parent Scholarship, NWACC Brightwater and the VA Hospital we are able to offer a variety of programs dedicated to educating and advocating. 

The Cobblestone Project (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 Arkansas 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. 


The Cobblestone Project was founded in April 2008 by a small group of NW Arkansas families who were committed to putting their faith into action with the hope of making a meaningful difference in their community.

This action was based on the belief that every person has a unique and immeasurable value because of our shared human story.  It is this story that is defined by a movement towards the renewal and restoration of the image that all people were created for a purpose.  Every human heart deserves dignity, respect and the opportunity to fully realize this purpose.

Unfortunately, in situations of poverty this image becomes devalued and often unnoticed.  It is this place that we begin our journey of being a part of the renewal and restoration of humanity.

Members of communities all over Northwest Arkansas continue to silently face nutritional food deprivation. Cobblestone is going to do something about it and have a direct impact on families and children in our community who need a fresh, nutritional meal.  We encourage members of our communities to learn the struggles of their neighbors and offer a helping hand. 

 

thanks to our sponsors



volunteer with us

We invite you to join Cobblestone Project in working the land by planting, harvesting, and landscaping projects while spending time with your co-workers. Your time on Cobblestone Farm will assist the Cobblestone Project in their efforts to decrease hunger insecurities in NWA. Please bring water, hat, sunscreen, and any food if needed. If allergies, please bring epipen or needed medications (there are bees).

If you are interested in volunteering at The Farm, you can find all the volunteer opportunities here!

Please join event hosts Greg & Leslie Smart and Tom & Leslie Gordon of Slim Chickens for the 3rd annual Harvest Party on September 16th at Morter Farm. 


harvest share


What is a Harvest Share?

Harvest Shares are Cobblestone Project’s CSA subscription. Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) has become a popular way for consumers to buy local, seasonal food directly from a farmer. Consumers pay up front for a share or membership in the season, and in return receive fresh produce, farm fresh eggs and fresh cut flowers (when available).  CSA farms are dedicated to the production of naturally grown produce, safe for their members and the environment. 

To learn more about what a CSA is visit:
Local Harvest

What does my subscription include?

Approximately 10 pounds of fresh produce, one dozen eggs &  fresh cut flowers (as available) beginning May through Mid-October.
Subscriptions can be picked up every Saturday in Bentonville at the Cobblestone Farm stand on the square (Farmer’s Market) or every Friday at our farm in Fayetteville.

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Contact Us

Cobblestone Project Farm
1210 54th Street
Fayetteville, AR 72704

Email

info@cobblestoneproject.org

 
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