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Local Vendors and Share Add-Ons

When you purchase a Collective Harvest CSA share, you're not just signing up for a box of veggies- you'll also be able to order all sorts of other products from our favorite local artisans! It's easy-- just add them to your basket when you receive your weekly customization email. Additionally, some products are available as add-on shares, meaning you can sign up to receive them for whole season in addition to your produce share! Learn more about add-ons here.

For a full list of what we offer from each vendor, click here!


Small-batch butter made from patiently-cultured cream from hormone-free, grass-fed Georgia cows. This butter has no additives and gets all its flavor naturally through the slow culturing process.  Comes in Sea Salt, Roasted Garlic, Basil & Parsley, and a variety of seasonal compounds.

Daysprings Farms: Flour, Grits, and Oatmeal

Located in Danielsville, this family farm is dedicated to producing sustainable, high-quality products to promote a healthy and environmentally friendly way of life in the surrounding community. The Brett family's grains are grown, cleaned, and milled fresh on site, and all of their products are Certified Organic. 

Farm Fresh Eggs from Pasture-Raised Chickens AVAILABLE AS ADD-ON SHARE

These eggs come from both Fry Farm (one of our CSA member farms) and Simple Soul Farm. Their chickens are pasture-raised and enjoy sunshine and plenty of room to roam.

Heartsong Herbs

Owned and founded by Dana Nivens, Heartsong Herbs is a small batch tincture company located right here in Athens, Georgia. All products are handcrafted to promote physical and spiritual healing through plant medicine. Almost all of the herbs are grown on site using no-till practices and exceeding organic standards.  

Hobo Cheese Co.

Located just outside Athens, this microcreamery specializes in crafting small batch cheese by hand. Megan & Tyler Davis not only make the cheese themselves, but also own the cows that provide the milk for their products. They are committed to sustainable grazing practices, rotating their cows to different pastures to maintain the health of the soil. 

Independent Baking Company AVAILABLE AS ADD-ON SHARE

What makes IBC the best? Pure ingredients, naturally leavened and patiently fermented to produce the flavor and texture that bread eaters everywhere have come to savor. Add our bread share for an exploration of Independent's many offerings!

Phickles Pickles

Phickles is a family owned and operated specialty food company in Athens. The Tillman family began the operation in 2008 when they started selling pickles off their front porch, and since then it has grown to include a wide array of family recipes. We carry a variety of their pickled vegetables, including house pickles and pickled okra.

Piedmont Provisions

Based in Winterville, GA, Piedmont Provisions handcrafts small batch preserves. Using regionally sourced and organic ingredients whenever possible, they create their preserves using traditional methods with hand-hammered copper pots, which allow the true fruit flavor to shine without being overly processed. 

Sweetwater Creek Honey AVAILABLE AS ADD-ON SHARE

This farm is owned by Allen and Angie Bradd, who take pride in getting all their honey from their own bees. They remove their honey directly from the hives while still in its beeswax comb, after which it is simply separated, strained, and bottled by hand. This honey is completely raw and comes in multiple varieties. 


Rock House Creamery is an artisan creamery located in Newborn, GA.  Their cows are barn-free and pasture-raised, and the majority of their diet is grass. The milk goes from cow to bottle in 48 hours or less, and is minimally processed using traditional methods to create a true cream line milk that is flavorful and delicious. Rock House also uses a low-temperature pasteurization process that preserves healthy enzymes.


1000 Faces roasts their beans right here in Athens and believes that respect for geographic origin, direct relationships, and ecological awareness are the basis for creating a more sustainable coffee culture. They work to establish relationships with both the customers and the growers to ensure the integrity of their product.