About

new website 1Tucker Farms is a sustainability-focused, chef-driven farm and culinary garden located in Rome, Georgia.

For over a decade, we’ve invested in this little plot of land, nestled on the banks of the Oostanaula, where we grow specialty lettuces, greens, and herbs as well as seasonal garden vegetables. 

Our produce is available to chefs across the metro Atlanta, Northwest Georgia, North/Central Alabama, and Tennessee markets.  We enjoy partnering with chefs, and working with restaurants, who embrace sustainability and a seed-to-plate philosophy.

Our hydroponic greenhouse allows us to grow lettuces and greens year-round, and several hoop houses enable us to extend our growing seasons in the garden. Though we occasionally have mishaps, we strive to harvest fresh, delicious, nutrient-dense salad greens and vegetables 52 weeks a year.

slide5In addition to our restaurant-supported wholesale business, we offer flexible and creative web-ordering and pick-up options to individuals and families in Rome, Marietta, and Atlanta Georgia. You can also find our veggies in Fresh Harvest boxes, in Garnish & Gather meal kits, in Stop Think Chew holistic prepared meals, and, occasionally, through Rise n’ Shine Organic Farm and Farmers Fresh CSA.

It is an honor to grow food for chefs and families in our community, and we take the responsibility seriously. We are humbled by your trust, and we love knowing, and connecting with, our customers directly. 

website_craig in greenhouse planting lettuceMethods

We believe there is room for improvement every day and are on a mission to create a more sustainable and biodiverse farm. We focus on growing methods that allow us to reduce our water usage, regenerate our soil, provide a safe home for our pollinators, and conserve our natural resources while respecting the farm’s dynamic ecosystem.

We never use chemical fungicides, herbicides, or pesticides, and we try to control pests using exclusion methods, traps, and beneficial insects. All of the seeds we grow are from verified non-GMO sources, many of them are heirloom varieties, and most of them are certified organic. In our gardens, we utilize cover crops, compost, and crop rotation to keep our soil fertile and our plants healthy.