The dream of the Cobblestone Project is to work towards “A Community Without Need.”
Our strategy to take this dream and turn it into practical actions that begin with Identifying Issues of Compassion & Justice, Connecting Needs with Willing Resources, and Fulfilling Needs with Sustainable Solutions.
Cobblestone Project initiatives are designed to provide opportunities for our community to serve each other by identifying social issues of dignity, compassion and justice, connect needs with willing resources, and fulfill needs with sustainable solutions.
Laundry Love seeks to bring economic relief by giving the individual or family the option to redirect funds toward food, medical, gas or transportation costs as well as school supplies and other basic, everyday necessities.
Cobblestone Farm is designed to use agriculture to help the under- resourced in our community by focusing on five strategic pillars of Hunger Relief, Education, Economic Development, Community, and Sustainability.
Art in the Park gives the gift of creativity and self-expression. This event aims to bring out the beautiful part in everyone. The emotional reward of utilizing one’s own individualism is at the heart of this event.
Our Step is a collaborative initiative to provide people and families a point for breaking the cycle of homelessness and domestic violence by offering assistance as needed for those working to change or improve their station in life.
Shear Kindness provides those who are under-resourced or victims of domestic violence a small part of the process of healing and restoration through receiving a professional haircut.
This is about more than a haircut!
For the 2015 season, Cobblestone is continuing and improving the model we used for our Farm to Home Harvest Share subscriptions. We will continue to focus on adding value to you as the subscriber and improving the quality of our produce.
We are streamlining the processes to ensure ample fresh produce, fresh eggs and cut flowers as they are in season in each lug. We are reducing our overhead by offering pick-up locations in Fayetteville, Springdale, Rogers and Bentonville in convenient locations.
As we have done for the last five years, Cobblestone Farm will continue to distribute half of our production to hunger relief in Northwest Arkansas.