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We are a small urban farm in Conway, Arkansas that grows vegetables, herbs and flowers. 

Our Mission:
1. Produce quality, healthy and nutritious food.
2. Be a positive influence on the local food system.
3. Create community through growing and sharing food.

What do we mean by #foodvibrations? 

#foodvibrations is a fun hashtag that we like to use to describe our farm. It means a lot of different things to us! Our logo for the farm is a ringing or "vibrating" bell (imagine back in the day when you rang the dinner bell to bring in the family for dinnertime). By growing and sharing healthy food, we like to think of our farm as a central location that is sending out good vibrations or ripples into the surrounding community. Be sure to use the #foodvibrations hashtag if you ever post a picture of our farm on social media! Also, if our farm had a theme song, we like to think that it would be a parody of Good Vibrations by the Beach Boys :)

Meet The BUF Crew

Kim Doughty-McCannon


Kim graduated from Arkansas Tech University in 2008 with a degree in Biology. She worked as a microbiologist at the Arkansas Department of Health Public Health Laboratory in the immunology and molecular labs 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 build and grow her own urban farm in Conway. Kim is passionate about creating a productive farm that also serves as an educational community space for the neighborhood.

Zack McCannon


Zack is a documentary filmaker, musician and farmer.

Winfield Fox McCannon

Farm Intern

Win is the newest farmer at Bell Urban Farm. He is already a master at weeding, planting and manning the CSA pickup booth!

Daniel D. Lion (Dan)

Farm Cat

Once a mighty hunter, Dan has traded in his rough life on the streets for a more leisurely farm life. Now you can find him napping inside the farm house on most days.

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