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Welcome!

Blue Heron Farmstead is located in the beautiful rolling hills of Milton, Tennessee. We grow a variety of seasonal produce, herbs & beautiful flowers. We practice organic regenerative methods; no synthetic fertilizers or chemicals are sprayed on our farm. We aim to look at our farm as a whole system, from taking care of the soil with low-till and cover cropping; providing opportunities for beneficial insects to thrive; rotating and tending to our animals in the pasture to live happy healthy lives. As a result, we grow nutrient dense delicious food. 

We are very grateful for this opportunity to be good land stewards and want to bring the community back to the farm. There is so much to learn, from growing, building, animal care, cooking, fermenting, natural dying, soap making, and endless opportunities for inspiration. We hope that you will join us this year, and come see what the farm magic is all about. 

Farm Dinner Reservations

Reservations are now available for our Farm Dinner by Chef Hadley Long of Margot Cafe and Bar. Don't miss your chance to be a part of this farm-to-table experience! Reserve your seat now here.

CSA

We are offering a CSA in 2024! Our CSA subscriptions are now available and you can read all about it here.


Flower Club
We are dedicating a few more beds to flowers this season and want to share some flower joy! Join our FLOWER CLUB to receive weekly fresh flowers to brighten your home or someone's day. Now available for our 2024 season!

Farmers Markets

You can find us on Saturdays at:

Nolensville Farmers Market

7248 Nolensville Rd.  Nolensville, TN 37135

 

Lascassas Farmers Market

7684 Barlow Ln.  Lascassas, TN 37085 

Restaurants

We are honored to work with some of the best chefs in Middle Tennessee! If you have not had the pleasure to dine at one of these restaurants, do yourself a favor and go support them.

Margot Cafe and Bar - Husk - City House - Cabin Attic Burgers - Butcher & Bee - Tailor Nashville 

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