SeedFork has a vision of transforming the Upper Cumberland
We believe that food is powerful. Community gardens, food distribution programs, farm to fork dinners, and horticultural therapy are all part of our mission to provide the Upper Cumberland with education and sustainable access to fresh and local foods.
From The blog
We had an incredible spread at this year’s dinner tasting for our 2019 Farm to Fork Dinner. From the appetizers to the dessert, local chefs and farmers were represented in every aspect of this menu.
On Wednesday, our team of Randy (SeedFork President), our two interns, Sarah and Amanda, some staff from Northside Community Center, and some families from the neighborhood planted three new gardens!
Learn about The Cookeville Rescue Missions new nutrition initiatives and SeedFork’s Community Garden Network!
Learn about why SeedFork began our Community Garden Network, and our plans for 2019!
Get the recipe for our Giardiniera-style vegetable hash that was served at SeedFork’s 2018 Farm to Fork Dinner!
See all of the beautiful photos from our Third Annual Farm to Fork Dinner in Dogwood Park. It was a beautiful night of great food, conversations with friends old and new, and celebrating local food heroes in our community.
Farm to table dinners are becoming more a popular every year, and it seems like you can find at least one in every city now. But what exactly is a farm to table dinner, and why are they so popular? Let's talk about it!
We all know that eating locally is generally a good thing, but let’s talk about why! From nutrition to taste, there are tons of reasons you should start eating more local products.