Copeland Springs Farm is a sustainable farm in Pittsboro, NC on a mission to make Certified Naturally Grown food more convenient for the busy people of the NC Triangle area!

We are Certified Naturally Grown, which is a smaller scale, peer farmer supported compliment of the National Organic Standards.  You can check out the Copeland Springs Farm profile here.

We Grow Good Food.

We are committed to growing nutritious food with an emphasis on care for the environment and respect for the land.

We use environmentally sustainable practices in everything we do. We use cover crops wherever a food crop isn’t growing, we don’t till, we practice crop rotation and plant with beneficial insects in mind. No synthetic fertilizers, pesticides, herbicides or GMOs are used, ever.

We welcome any questions about our growing practices, we want you to be comfortable and confident about where your food comes from!

Find our Produce

You can find our delicious food available at the Apex Farmers Market on Saturdays (April – November), or join our CSA/Farm Share for pick up on the farm or in Apex.

“Permaculture gives us a toolkit for moving from a culture of fear and scarcity to one of love and abundance” – Toby Hemenway

Kristin Bulpitt, Farmer/Founder

There’s not much that makes me happier than a day outside with my hands in the soil and sunshine on my face. I don’t mind the rain or the mud either! I love bugs and water and critters and food, and I don’t come inside until it gets dark. Yep, I’m pretty much a four year old!

Nurturing plants and the wild places around me kept me grounded during my stint in the corporate world. I’ve escaped that and spend my days growing food to nourish my community.

I’m especially interested in soil ecology, biodynamics and permaculture, and how we as farmers, can actively give back to the land as we cultivate nutritious food for our neighbors.

While growing many of the well known vegetables, I also try to incorporate some unusual or less common ones (like turmeric and mushrooms and edible flowers), and if you see me at market, I’ll probably try to convince you to try something new! I almost always have a recipe to share as well. Feel free to join me on Pinterest, for recipes organized by season.

Growing nutritious, beautiful food in healthy active soil and providing it to people who truly appreciate it — that’s why I do this.

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