Providing fresh, organically grown produce along with food-based dietary intervention
Hungry Heart Farm is a 1.5 acre Certified Organic vegetable operation and outdoor teaching kitchen in Clayton County on the south side of metro Atlanta. We operate on land generously leased from Decimal Place Farm, as well as a satellite plot in Fayetteville, Georgia which is owned by friends. The farm is run by Matthew Bagshaw and Christi Hansen, RDN, LD, as well as a handful of incredible staff members. We sell to restaurants in Atlanta and Decatur and through a CSA partnership with our friends and mentors at Love is Love Farm. We broke ground in 2015 and our first production year was 2016. We are currently growing year round.
We are deeply grateful for all the love and support of our community, customers, employees, friends and partners who helped make farming a reality for us. We’re proud to be among the many great farms producing food for the Atlanta area.
Dietitian-led cooking classes using freshly harvested ingredients. All meals are prepared and enjoyed on our farm table, right in the middle of our fields. Well-behaved individuals of all ages welcome!
Classes last 3 hours and include a farm tour, produce harvest, and the hands-on preparation of 3-4 versatile dishes to optimize everyday health. Allergy and plant/animal protein preferences will be accommodated if communicated at the time of reservation.
Balanced and Delicious: Eating well for all 4 seasons
Satisfying Salads: Stay nourished and full until the next meal
Controlling Your Carbs the Colorful Way: Includes guidance for those counting carbs and understanding glycemic load
Successful Management of Conjestive Heart Failure: Incorporating fluid and sodium restrictions into delicious meals
Managing Chronic Kidney Disease-a Fresh Approach: Includes guidance for managing protein, sodium, potassium, and phosphorus in the diet
Farm to FODMAP: Eating a variety of fruits and vegetable without aggravating your symptoms
Fresh Fermentation: an introduction into lacto-fermentation using freshly harvested produce to maximize probiotics and live culture activity.
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Classes offered by reservation only at this time. Participation in a class directly funds volunteer nutrition education classes for low-income and food insecure participants.
Groups of up to 10: $ 50 person, $300 minimum *
*Discount rates available for certain education groups. Please inquire*
Individuals: $ 150 per person. ** Price includes a one-on-one nutrition consultation over the phone prior to the visit. Recipes will be tailored to address specific dietary recommendations as needed. Also available for couples ( $250).
**Caretakers of individuals who do not cook for themselves who wish to attend the class are included in this price**
The kitchen is also available to rent for private events
For all questions, comments, and reservations, please contact Christi Hansen, RDN, LD at firstname.lastname@example.org
We partner with Love is Love Farm @ Gaia Gardens to co-plan and produce 3 CSA sessions that span all 12 months of the year. Spring-Fall shares include 7 produce items from Hungry Heart and Love is Love farms plus occasional Decimal Place Farm fresh goat cheese. Members also have access to share add-ons for meat (Frolona Farm), eggs (Evie’s Country Garden and Country Garden Farms) as well as opportunities for pre-orders and sales from other great food producers including Grounds for Empowerment/Farmers to 40 Coffee Buyers Club, La Calavera Bread, Grateful Pastures (Mansfield, GA) pastured chicken, and cut flowers to accentuate your CSA distribution.
Additional details and sign-ups available at the Love is Love website
We’d love to have you!