3460 Knight Drive
Whites Creek, TN 37189
(w) (615) 456-1192
From CSA’s to natural dye production, David Wells has been building businesses and communities around sustainable agriculture in Nashville, Tennessee for over ten years. As Garden Coordinator for The CHAMP’s Gardens program at Monroe Carrell Jr’s Children Hospital at Vanderbilt, David helped to create a new agricultural track for both Glencliff and Overton High School. He went on to win Farmer of the Year Award from Margot, a local restaurant, in 2011 and to co-chair the Nashville School Garden Coalition.
Moving to his own farm, Stony Creek, in 2011, he has been building enterprises in natural dyes, assisting in the production of Japanese Indigo with Stony Creek Colors and dedicating part of his time to growing an “Edible Forest Garden” of culinary herbs, organic vegetables, fruit and nuts for local restaurants. NOTE: Additional email address: email@example.com
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