AND OUR MISSION
The old red school house (circa 1920) has been repurposed as the
Creekside Farm Education Center
Fairways and Fields
In Keeping with The Cliffs Development Philosophy, Creekside Farm Has Been Planned as a Low Density and Environmentally Sensitive Community Where Nature Takes Center Stage.
Share the Harvest With Your Neighbor.
Friendships Grow By the Fields.
4 Babbling Mountain Streams Sprawl the Properties, Giving Creekside Farm its Name.
An old red schoolhouse has been re-purposed as the Creekside Farm Education Center, and is The Hub of our neighborhood, a place for farm-to-table meals, events like the Fall Harvest Festival, cooking classes and nutrition courses from local professionals.
Sometimes it's easy to forget that you're 5 minutes from Biltmore Park and 20 minutes from Downtown Asheville.
Old Clementh Alexander Barn - Circa 1932
Organizations We Support
Manna Food Bank
Appalachian Sustainable Agriculture Project
Farm to School Education Program
(Tours for Local Schools)
Organic Growers School
ASAP Double Snap Program
(Food to Low Income Housing)
Alongside seasonal events like the Fall Harvest Festival, we host events such as:
Guest chefs teaching classes on cooking with the produce from our farm
Farm-to-table dinners with live music
Total acreage: approx. 50 acres
Types of creatures: cows, miniature donkeys, chickens, pigs, ducks, bees
Variety of vegetables: Over 100 different varieties
The farm is privately owned and managed by Robert and Kara Turner
Melissa (Farm Manager)
We Want To Help You:
When you find yourself surrounded by nature, you'll find that you're happier, healthier, and closer to peace.
Look out your window, see the flowers bloom, the vegetables grow, and the two miniature donkey's (Darla and Pedro) chase each other through the pasture.
A farmer can't teach you about rocket science. But they can show you the miracle that is growing food, creating life. Come and harvest knowledge.
Join us for our many fascinating classes held throughout the year, typically at the Education Center.
There is a beauty in nature. It's in the flavors of our produce, the colors of our flowers, and the tranquility of the rolling hills and babbling streams. Stop, breathe, and take it all in.
Bite into a tomato grown in your backyard. We'll handle everything else.