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 From time to time, LoganBerry hosts special events such as Tomato Tasting, Kids Camp, Gardening and Grafting Workshops and Farm Suppers. For up-to-date  information on what’s happening on the Farm, check our website and Facebook.



For all of you who want to enjoy the many essences of Garlic and experience the full flavor of “The Stinking Rose,” we will be holding a Garlic Tasting two Saturdays in August for you to come out and enjoy GARLIC! The LoganBerry Garlic Tasting Saturdays will be held August 15 and August 22 from 10-3 and will feature Garlic University, live music and  guest chefs creating delicious Garlic-inspired dishes. Come out and enjoy!


Saturday August 1 from 10am-3pm

Special Market dedicated to BEEF. Come join us and sample different cuts from our grass-fed grass-finished LoganBerry Beef. Our freezers are once again full of choice cuts for you to choose from or select one of our popular packages.





Saturday August 8 from 10am-3pm

LoganBerry Open-Air Market in the Market Barn





Saturday August 15 and 22 from 10am-3pm

Two special Saturday Markets devoted to and all about GARLIC. Join us as we have guest chefs, cooking demos, tastings & fun at Garlic University!




Saturday August 29 from 10am-3pm and Saturday September 5 from 10am-3pm

Join us as we wrap up the Summer season with all things LoganBerry. Come take a stroll through the gardens and experience the world of Natural Farming!




sorghum syrupOctober 17 and 24 from 10am-3pm

Sorghum Soppin’ Saturdays! A sweet ending to the 2015 season. Join us at the Market Barn for freshly baked biscuits and learn to “sop”. The coffee will be hot, the sorghum syrup flowing and Organic Rose will be dishing out the biscuits and lessons on Sorghum. Our Market will be open and whatever the final harvests bring in will be available.






events framedGroup Tours Available by Appointment

We welcome individuals, families and groups to visit our Farm and see what makes LoganBerry special. Garden Club outings, Summer Camps excursions and School Field Trips are some of the groups that have enjoyed tours of the Farm.

A two-hour tour will give you an extensive overview of our unique Farm.  You’ll get a behind the scenes full sensory experience including our grass-fed, pastured animals and their importance for the whole Farm, our polyculture system of planting and why we honor our Appalachian heritage foods. Water and nutritious Farm snacks included.


Please call 706-348-6068 for available dates and pricing.


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  OCTOBER 17 and 24 from 10 to 3

In honor of our traditional Appalachian Heritage and Culture, we always sweetly celebrate the season’s end with a Sorghum Soppin’!

There is nothing quite like taking a hot biscuit right from the oven and soppin’ up a bit of butter and sorghum syrup.  If you haven’t tried it, you are in for a treat.