Turtle Bend Farm is a sustainable vegetable farm in Polk County, Georgia. Adam and Mecca Lowe are growing vegetables on approximately 7 acres of family farmland using ecological methods without the use of synthetic fertilizers, pesticides, fungicides or herbicides. Our goal is to produce clean, healthy, fresh vegetables for our local communities while protecting and enhancing our local natural and social resources.

Wednesday, August 18, 2010

More Summer photographs

One more post with a few more photographs courtesy of Mecca's mom, Judi Jackson of J Jackson Photography.

Above: Adam holding a Rocky Ford Cantaloupe.

Above: Pink-eye purple hull peas flowering.

Above: Golden Zucchini in the golden sunlight!

Above: Our intern, Kevin, carrying a half-bushel of french green beans across the field.
More summer photographs courtesy of Mecca's mother, Judi Jackson of J Jackson Photography.
Above: Butternut squash growing on plastic mulch.
Above: Rattlesnake pole beans climbing high.

Above: Mecca harvesting cucumbers.

Summer Photographs by Judi Jackson

Mecca's very talented mother, Judi Jackson of J Jackson Photography, has been generous enough to take many pictures of our farm this summer. Here are a few in several posts.

Above: Charleson Grey watermelon growing in the field

Above: Five 300 foot rows of Okra! Our intern, Kevin, in the background.

Above: Adam proudly holding a Charleston Grey watermelon on the farm.

Thursday, August 5, 2010

Fall Vegetable Subscription Full!

Thank you to all of our loyal customers and to the new folks who are trying out our program. We are now FULL and are excited to start the late summer and fall subscriptions. You can still find us at the Marietta Square Farmers Market on Saturdays, The Sandy Springs Farmers Market on Saturdays, and the Rockmart Farmers Market on Thursdays! Please email us to join our weekly newsletter and stay on top of new developments with our farm, including options to buy locally during the winter months!