Cosmos Organic Farm is a 30-acre vegetable farm located about five miles outside of Carrollton, Georgia.
Photos by stephanie luke & Jenna Shea
We cultivate more than six acres in a diverse array of vegetables primarily for farmers markets in Atlanta, but also for restaurants and wholesale. We additionally grow cut flowers, herbs, and shiitake mushrooms and raise bees for honey. Check our our CSA!
Cosmos officially started in 2011 and has been fortunate enough to continue grow every year since. We use sustainable practices to grow vegetables in order to do our part in keeping the land, ourselves, and the community healthy…as this is all we have!
find us at these markets:
Ponce City Market (Tuesdays)
Peachtree Center Mall (Thursdays)
East Atlanta Village (Thursdays)
Peachtree City (Saturdays)
Grant Park (Sundays)
Our Community Shared Agriculture program will start again in the spring of 2019, so sign up if you want to partake in the Cosmos bounty! More information soon.
Our 2018 Fall CSA program ran for 13 weeks, starting the first day of Fall, and ending right before Winter officially begins. We offer two share sizes: a half share for $275 and a full share for $390.
Half shares contain 5-7 vegetables, and full shares contain 7-10 vegetables, depending on the week’s harvest.
There are currently five pick up locations for you to choose from:
Grant Park Farmers Market on Sundays from 9am to 1pm
Ponce City Farmers Market on Tuesdays from 4pm to 8pm
Peachtree City Farmers Market on Saturdays from 9am to 1pm
The farm on Tuesdays and Wednesdays (Tuesdays 2-6, anytime before 6pm on Wednesdays)
The Tallapoosa Wellness Collective of Carrollton on Thursdays from 4 to 7pm
We’ve worked with many talented people over the years! Cosmos Organic Farm is seeking full-time apprentices to work from February or March through November for the 2019 season.
Apprentices will receive an intense learning/training experience where they are immersed in all aspects of farm production and life. Apprentices who complete a season should leave the farm feeling confident in their ability to produce a diverse array of vegetables, mushrooms, herbs, and flowers from seed to sales on a small organic farm scale.
Apprentices can expect 4-5 days/week of field work and harvesting, depending on the season, and 1-2 days working a farmers market (i.e. typically one day off a week not including chores) totaling 35-60 hours/wk. The work is strenuous and can at times be monotonous and repetitive (as it is at any working farm).
Read more here, and please contact us via the form.