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Bell Urban Farm is located across the street from the Faulkner County Library in Conway, Arkansas. It is our mission to be a positive influence on the local food system by growing produce and flowers in a sustainable manner. We want to provide customers with access to healthy, locally grown products, educational opportunities and community building events.

Bell Urban Farm is Certified Naturally Grown! What does "Certified Naturally Grown" mean?

CNG farmers don’t use any synthetic herbicides, pesticides, fertilizers, or genetically modified organisms. CNG livestock are raised mostly on pasture and with space for freedom of movement. Feed must be grown without synthetic inputs or genetically modified seeds.

We are also proud to be a member of the Homegrown By Heroes program. Zack is a former military veteran and when you purchase products from our farm you are keeping your money in our community and supporting veterans like him.

We love being part of the local food system in Conway and getting the chance to meet and interact with our customers at our events. Getting to know where your food comes from means getting to know your local farmers!

Help us open Conway's First local foods grocery store! Read more about our plans here!


Meet The BUF Crew


Kim Doughty-McCannon- Farmer

Kim has a Biology degree from ATU. She worked as a microbiologist at the ADH Public Health Laboratory before taking some time off to pursue an interest in organic farming. After completing an apprenticeship at Little Rock Urban Farming and spending a year as the Arkansas GardenCorps service member for the Faulkner County Urban Farm Project, she is excited to grow her own farm in Conway. Kim is passionate about creating a productive farm that also serves as an educational community space for the neighborhood.

Zack McCannon- Farmer/Filmmaker

Zack works at the Arkansas Educational Television Network on the University of Central Arkansas Campus where he produces documentaries and educational content for Arkansas teachers.  Some of his previous films cover the history of music in Arkansas and the importance of seed saving and seed swaps in the Ozarks. He is currently working on a project that addresses childhood hunger and food insecurity in Arkansas.

Winfield Fox McCannon- Farmer in Training

Win is the youngest farmer at Bell Urban Farm. He is already a master at weeding, feeding the farm cats and collecting eggs. 


Photos from the Farm

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