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The Natural Place

Contact Info

Name: Jackie Knight
Phone: 501-258-7026
24706 Knabe Road


Right now the Natural Place has 6 doe goats (3 are milking), 30 hens (15 laying), and three small (small to country people) garden plots. In our garden we try to grow mostly heirloom vegetables and we follow most organic gardening practices. We also have 8 dogs (all fixed, all have shots) and 2 horses (who are mostly retired). Please call us for a farm tour. Next Spring we hope to double our producing livestock and move to a larger location.

Our season is almost year round because of our eggs, canned produce, and winter crops. Our dairy will be fully operational Spring 2010, and will be year round, also.

Beginning in early April, our baskets will usually comprise of a local product (like local honey or homemade jam, candy, or pickles), a loaf of whole wheat or white bread, half a gallon of raw whole goats' milk or half a pound of cheese (usually cheddar, mozzarella, or soft, spreadable goat cheese), a half-dozen farm fresh brown eggs, and to fill the rest of the basket at least 3 types of homegrown produce (substituted with home-canned goods only when absolutely necessary) and more when in season!

CSA Details:
Season:  April through December
Type: single farm
Since: 2009
No of Shares: 5
Full Share: $20/week with a 12 week minimum
Work Req? No

Pick Up/Drop Off Points:

The Natural Place  (Thu)
Members can have their baskets delivered anywhere in Little Rock, Maumelle, West Pulaski Country, Alexander, and Parts of Bryant, and Benton. Members may pick their baskets up at the Natural Place or at the Col. Glenn exit of I 430 when arrangements have been made. We'll even deliver to your workplace!
Contact: Jackie Knight
Phone: 501-258-7026

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