We are a small family farm in the midst of 110 acres of hardwoods and long leaf pines in Madison county. Our farm is named in honor of our Native American heritage; Wayne's great great grandmother was Cherokee and Alicia's great grandmother was Creek. We maintain our property as a wildlife sanctuary (which makes for interesting farming!) and we are dedicated to being good stewards of the earth and it's creatures by practicing all natural, sustainable agricultural methods. We have been Certified Naturally Grown since we started our farm in 2013. We grow lots of varieties of heirloom vegetables, fruits, and flowers; we are especially interested in growing Native American heirlooms which currently includes winter squash, okra, peas, beans, peppers ,tomatoes, and melons. Please visit our website, cherokeecreekfarms.com, for more information regarding our farming practices. Visitors are always welcome! Please call us at 850-228-5042 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a visit!
"The earth does not belong to us. We belong to the earth" Chief Seattle, 1854