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footnote farm

good food to feed more than our bellies

Footnote Farm is a small family farm growing fresh produce primarily for members of our weekly subscription program (Community Supported Agriculture, CSA). We are deeply invested in sustainable local food systems--particularly in helping families cultivate meaningful connections to local farmers and strengthening Southeastern regional seed growing and breeding. Sandi has grown food for her own family for over a decade and started the farm in 2019 in order to provide good food for more families, grow Southern-adapted seed, and trial vegetable and fruit varieties that can sustain us in the face of a rapidly changing environment. We are a human-scale, no-till farm and grow using organic practices.

7525 Old NC 86, Chapel Hill NC 27516   |   |   @footnotefarmer on Instagram

a CSA farm

We offer fresh produce for weekly pickup at the farm April through November, with the opportunity to be part of a small farm community. Join us!

seasonal specialties

Stock your pantry with heirloom garlic in summer, buy fresh produce in season, or stock up on Sandi's All-Things Salve made from garden grown herbs.

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connect to community

Find food resources during COVID and learn more about local seeds, local farms, and how to support a sustainable Southeastern food system.

"Sandi is an amazing farmer. She truly cares about each of her CSA members and goes above and beyond to make sure we're getting fresh, delicious, seasonal, local produce each week. During the covid19 situation, she worked tirelessly to make sure the deliveries and pick ups were safe and clean. She always wore a mask and sent friendly reminders to encourage those of us who were able to do so to also wear masks for pick ups. The veggies are super yummy and my otherwise picky kids have started eating foods they never would have even tried if it weren't for Sandi's CSA. It's been a fabulous experience for our family and I am grateful to Footnote farm for this opportunity to eat locally and get to know our farmer better."


Carrboro, NC

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