Our projects

Community Garden Network

SeedFork’s Community Garden Network began in 2018, as an effort to educate communities about gardening and equip them with access to fresh produce. The gardens support these communities by giving them an educational and therapeutic resource to grow their own healthy and nutritious food. 

The current 2019 community gardens are located at The Cookeville Rescue Mission, The TTU Food Pantry, and Northside Community Center.

SeedFork of The Highlands Farm to Fork Dinner

Farm To Table Dinners

SeedFork holds an annual Farm to Table dinner in September at Dogwood park. These dinners are not only a fundraiser for SeedFork, but an opportunity to share our mission with the community and celebrate our local farmers and chefs.

First Thousand Days

1,000 Days

Working with the 1,000 Days initiative, SeedFork is partnering with multiple local food resources to create an Upper Cumberland program that will support pregnant women and their babies with access to and education about proper nutrition and healthy lifestyles. Learn more about the initiative, here.