WSBZ Farms is a 70 acre 3rd generation farm that operates out of Pulaski County. WSBZ Farms includes a 15 acre pollinator field, several beehives and a 30x100 ft High Tunnel for year round growing.
WSBZ Farms has been serving the Rural community surrounding their farm for many years and have recently started an outreach to help other farmers expand their operations. They grow a variety of specialty crops throughout the year; ranging from black eye peas, cucumbers, cabbage, tomatoes, okra, salad mix, greens, pumpkins, beets, and much more. Their operations has a Food Safety Manual and their supervisors maintain a Produce Safety Alliance Certification.
Their High Tunnels have allowed them to continue growing their crops throughout the harsh climates where most farms crops did not survive. This has allowed them the privilege to deliver fresh produce to the Elderly, Veterans, Disabled, and Low-Income families within their surrounding communities.
WSBZ Farms looks to the future of farming as the 4th and 5th generation start to work their crops and learn about agriculture in a more in-depth manner. In 2022 WSBZ Farms became a recipient of the USDA 2501 Grant Program.
Our main focus is with an emphasis on OUTREACH, and educational USDA Programs available to the Underserved Farmers, Ranchers and Veterans.
At WSBZ Farms we donate a plot to the youth, matched with a volunteer who work with the youth, to instill gardening skills, conservation, and agricultural opportunities available through higher education programs.
WSBZ FARMS work to help people providing services to the community, and surrounding areas