Son Farm



Our Son Farm is an educational garden for the young men which teaches them to grow food in rich soil using low-cost tools, materials, and simple, organic techniques. In the face of obesity, alienation from the land, and spiritual poverty, we seek through gardening to preserve the health of our bodies, restore our place of creation stewardship, and instill the spiritual principles that present themselves through the practice of growing fruits and vegetables using natural methods. This is also an opportunity for you, your children or grandchildren to work (as volunteers) at the farm together and you can pick your own blackberries, strawberries or melons (according to the season).

Son Farm & CSA’S (Community Supporting Agriculture ) The Son Farm CSA’S (Community Supporting Agriculture) program’s annual membership $930.00 or partners may enroll for any of the following: 2 months = $360, 4 months = $680, 6 months = $960, 8 months = $1,200. Your membership provides you with healthy nutritious, organic produce weekly while helping the FFF maintain the operations of Son Farm. Payment may be made through PayPal, credit card or checks made payable to Family Foundation Fund. You may direct your CSA as a gift or to someone in need (mileage restrictions may apply) and there is also the option to give gift baskets to friends and family. Deliveries are normally made on Thursday afternoons (some restrictions apply). Note: Because goods and services are being, received membership fee is not tax deductible. 

Community Supporting Agriculture (CSA) memberships include: 

  • All fruit and vegetables are produced free of herbicides and pesticides
  • 45-60 lbs. of fresh, organic produce per month (April/May thru November)
  • Free home or office delivery twice a month (within 15 mile radius of Nashville, TN)
  • Email reminders of Son Farm produce delivery on Thursdays or pick up on-site
Here is a sample list of some of the produce we offer:
  • Beets
  • Blackberries
  • Cabbage
  • Carrots
  • Collard Greens
  • Cucumbers
  • Honey Dew melons
  • Kale
  • Mustard Greens
  • Radishes
  • Swiss Chard
  • Turnip Greens
  • Zucchini
If you are interested in joining our CSA program or receiving more information, please click this link and let us know. 
Click this link for the CSA brochure in PDF.
(Click here for our FFF Volunteer Questionnaire)