We took a trip to Collins Round Mountain Orchard in Conway, Arkansas, just a few minutes south of town. In fact, it’s actually in Conway and might not be around for much longer! The land has been sold to a developer and is in prime subdivision territory. If you want to pick peaches, nectarines, blackberries, and lots of other produce in your own backyard, now is the time to do it.
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This post is a recap of #Farm2Home2014, a day I spent at P. Allen Smith’s Moss Mountain Farm to learn about the Arkansas Agriculture Department’s newest programs, Arkansas Grown and Arkansas Made. I was not paid for this content but treated to a full-day of a press event, including a delicious and gorgeous lunch. All opinions are my own.
I visited P. Allen Smith’s Moss Mountain Farm for #Farm2Home2014, an event to promote Arkansas Grown and Arkansas Made. It’s a relatively new program the Arkansas Agriculture Department that’s meant to highlight mean raw or finished goods consisting of or made substantially from farm, forest and nursery products produced in Arkansas. As an adopted Arkansan, I’m very proud of what Arkansas has to offer and participating in #Farm2Home2014 couldn’t have driven home that sentiment more. There’s nothing like a convert, they say. Read More