A 22-acre Regenerative Farm project

Nestled just above the Tennessee-Alabama border sits 22 acres of rolling meadows and woodlands. This property was originally part of a larger farm purchased by Callie's great great grandparents in 1917.

Today, Callie's parents live on the property while Callie and Chris manage the land. We named the farm in honor of the two working farm animals during the Great Depression, a mare named Mable and mule named Jack.

Our goal is simple

To be responsible stewards of the land. To work with nature instead of against it. To embrace, enhance, and enjoy the beauty all around us.

What's Happening

We're getting married on the farm

It's our first full growing season

Our farming (and life) philosophy

Quick Links to Our Favorite Resources

Guides to our favorite low tox products, farms and educational resources.  These resources are updated continually as we learn more, travel and discover new products.

Tennessee Farms

Zero-waste + Low-Tox

our favorite markets

home + Baking

Educational resources

We're Callie and Chris

We are two novice farmers transforming our land, one project at a time.​


When we first began learning about regenerative agriculture, we could never imagine it would lead to a project like this. After traveling the country, we are taking the best principles and bringing it to life here in Tennessee.

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Mable and Jack Farmstead

Welcome to Mable and Jack, a 22-acre regenerative farmstead in southern Tennessee.


Our goal is simple: to create a place that mimics nature and allows us to spend our time enjoying the land rather than working it