Various Vegetables from Against the Grain Farm
  • Against the Grain is a small-scale diversified farm located 15 minutes from downtown Boone in Zionville, NC. The farm is situated on a 35-acres and raises a broad spectrum of certified Biodynamic and Organic vegetables on a little under 2 acres, as well as Animal Welfare Approved, GMO-free, pastured chicken, turkey, pork, beef, and goat. We focus on four main market channels, including a weekly farmer’s markets, a 20-week/95-member vegetable CSA, several area restaurants, and a local food hub.

    The 2021 season will be our tenth year in crop production and eight year in animal production at our current farm place. We are continuing to refine our crop rotation, cover crop management, harvesting and composting techniques. Our focus at Against the Grain is to nurture the soil in order to grow high quality, nutritious food for our local community.

    At ATG, we believe that agriculture is a spiritual practice tending toward health in mind, body and spirit. Attention, mindfulness, and living in the reality of the present moment allows us to encourage care for our land, our community and one another. We also believe in the power of diversity in all living systems. As we strive for more equity and inclusion in agriculture, we especially encourage applications from BIPOC and LGBTQ individuals.

    All members of the farm crew work at large on all aspects of vegetable production and harvest. In addition, each crew member is also a member of one or more teams, which address special areas of focus on the farm. These teams include production, harvest, Biodynamic/compost, livestock, greenhouse and community.

  • 619 Camp Joy Rd., Zionville, NC 28698


Our family has had a great experience with Andy & Holly. We are new to the area and they were a few of the first kind folks we met back in March at the Winter farmer’s market in Boone. We took part in the Veggie CSA and the Meat CSA this season. Both have been fantastic, high quality, with great fresh flavor. We were invited to the farm for a fall harvest dinner as well for a chance to learn about the farm, how our food was being grown, and to share that with the people growing it. It also gave us an opportunity to get to know the other customers of the farm as well. We also had the opportunity to meet the kind folks working for Against the Grain which was a treat as well. Everyone seemed to be hard working and finding true joy in what they do. You’re in good hands here!
— Jason, customer

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