Welcome to Slow Farm!

Slow Farm is a regenerative farm in Cameron NC that’s rebuilding the fertility and natural abundance of a 47-acre former tobacco farm using natural techniques and eco-friendly livestock (kunekune pigs, brush goats, ancona ducks, geese, heritage chickens and guineas). Each livestock species and breed has been thoughtfully matched to our land’s resources and deficits in order to do the most good with as few inputs possible.

We host 20+ creative workshops a year. These fun, informative, restorative experiences allow folks to connect with regenerative farming practices in joyful, lasting ways

At Terrace Ridge Farm, we believe better cows produce better beef, and better beef produces a better meal for you and your family.  Give us a try.  It’s simply better beef! At Terrace Ridge Farm, we feed the mind and the body.

A Family Tradition Since 1926

Terrace Ridge Farm, located between Vass and Carthage, NC, was founded in 1926 by Archie B. and Katie Johnson Parker (pictured here with two of their three sons).  Throughout the years, Terrace Ridge Farm has produced dewberries, tobacco, vegetables, beef, hay, and more.  

Today . . .

Terrace Ridge Farm is family-owned and operated by Michael, Carol, Garin, Matthew, and Hannah Parker.  We specialize in producing high-quality, pasture-raised farm-to-freezer finished beef and coastal bermuda hay for horses, cows, goats, and more.

We use regenerative farming to produce high quality, naturally grown meats.

Vegetables, flowers, and fruit.
Grown without pesticides, herbicides, or chemical fertilizers. Cameron, NC

White Hill Farms Strawberries & Produce is located at 5020 South Plank Rd. Cameron, NC 28326. We are a Pick Your Own Strawberry Field in the springtime that continues into a year-round business. We grow a wide variety of produce which includes Asparagus, Strawberries, Spring Onions, Lettuce & Greens, Squash, Cucumbers, Okra, Sweet Corn, Tomatoes, Potatoes, Watermelon, Cantaloupes, and Pumpkins. Along with all of our seasonal produce we also carry other items such as Canned Goods, Local Beef, Country Ham, Honey, Coastal Bermuda Hay, Deer Corn and Ice Cream! The Produce Stand’s updated hours are listed on our website, but you can also find us seasonally at The Sanford Farmers Market and The Sandhills Farmers Market. We also participate in Sandhills Farm to Table in their weekly CSA boxes. We take great pride in providing fresh fruits and vegetables from our fields to your table!

We sell a variety of homemade ice cream flavors and some Mayfield flavors. We also have a small country store/gift shop. You will find gifts, as well as, jams, jellies, and pickled items in the country store.

Kalawi Farm is a fourth generation peach farm that has strong family roots. Jan Williams grew up on a peach farm. Her father and grandfather were peach growers as well. Jan married Art Williams. After teaching for 10 years, she decided to go back to her roots. In 1985 Jan and Art started the business of Kalawi Farm and named it after their first three children: Ka-for their oldest Katie, La- for their second daughter Laura and Wi- for their third child Will. In 1991, the Ice Cream Shop was opened and named after their fourth child Ben. Will and Ben now help us manage the farm. The Ice Cream Shop started small and grew quicker than anyone could’ve imagined. The homemade ice cream made the farm a destination for more than just peaches. We’ve grown out of two ice cream shops and continue to expand by making new homemade flavors. Jan has even named flavors after her 10 grandchildren: Amy’s Amazing Cookie Dough, Bubba’s Birthday Cake, Nash’s Nanner Pudding, Kendrick’s Karamel Krunch, Wade’s Pralines’n’Cream, Alice Kate’s Chocolate Peanut Butter, Paisley’s Popular Peach, Livi’s Luscious Lime, Nolan’s Nanna Split and Maggie’s Moose Tracks.  We look forward to seeing our customers each year from near and far!


 through fun, educational activities and

​   engaging, farm experiences.


​   ​​with Flint Rock Farm’s agricultural

   heritage as well as current sources

   for your food, fiber and fuel.


​   ​in appreciation for the value of the

​   farmer and hopefully inspire future

​   farmers in N.C. to grow, raise, catch

​   or make agricultural products.

Protect and preserve  our nation’s farm

​land for future generations

Hi! I’m Jennifer. I grew up right here in Carthage, NC – nearby the golf capital of Pinehurst. My summers were spent mowing greens and fairways on local golf courses, where my passion for the outdoors and working in the dirt blossomed. This passion ultimately led to a degree in agronomy from NC State University (go Pack!) with a special interest in environmental stewardship. My husband and I made the decision to follow our love for the outdoors, and simpler times, by putting our roots down on our own farm – which has led to my flower farm dreams coming true. I’m so excited for this new journey in all things floriculture and I hope you’ll come along with me.

Seasonal blooms are available at our Flower Stand located at Shady Maple Farm! Come see us on Fridays from 9am – 1pm or Saturdays 9am-4pm!

We will also be at the Carthage Farmers Market, located at 203 McReynolds Street, on Fridays from 2pm to 6pm.

If you would like to purchase flowers outside of the days/times/location below, please Contact Us.

Follow our Farm on Instagram:@ shadymaplefarm_nc

Misty Morning Ranch is a small family-run farm in North Carolina. After leaving the city life of Los Angeles, the husband and wife team, Gaby and Ryan, found a beautiful 60-acre ranch in Robbins, NC.

With a passion and drive for sustainability, they began researching alternatives for farming.

After visiting different operations and learning as much as two city people can about farming, they settled on raising ostriches. Goodness Grows assisted in their search for a mentor.

With the mentoring and support from Hilltop Ostrich Farm, Misty Morning Ranch began raising ostriches in 2016. Today, they continue to partner and work together.

In 2017, Ryan’s brother, Robert, joined the farm family. At the same time, Gaby’s sister, Chisel, and Chisel’s husband, Richard, joined the ranch. Today they assist with Ranch operations.