Produce


Vegetables

Blue Spring Run Farm

For John and Debrena Gordon, farming was a practical decision. They began growing, baking, and preserving to put food on the table and feed their then young daughters. As their daughters Continue Reading →

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Bruce’s Syrup and Candies

Like many of the area’s maple syrup producers, Bruce began making syrup as a young child from trees tapped by his family for generations. Early on, his uncle told him Continue Reading →

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Church Hill Produce

Michael Sponaugle grew up on the family cattle farm. When asked how long he’s been farming he laughs, “All my life. It’s all I’ve ever known.”  While helping the 4-H Continue Reading →

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Fane’s Farm

 Fane and Sandy Irvine are as down to earth as they come. They’ve been farming throughout their lives on their farm, Fane’s home-place, less than 7 miles from Marlinton, West Continue Reading →

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Hidden River Farm

In 1994, Tolly Peuleché bought land nestled in the mountains on the border of Randolph and Pocahontas Counties. Since then, she’s been using organic methods to grow a variety of flowers, vegetables, Continue Reading →

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Maple Mountain Farm

Scott and Lindsey Hayes always loved gardening, but their interest turned to passion, and profession, when they faced the challenge of getting healthy organic food for their family. Living in Continue Reading →

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Meadow’s Pride Farm

Meadow’s Pride Farm, owned and operated by Jon and Patricia Donaldson and their family, is located just outside the town of Monterey, Virginia. They specialize in all natural lamb products. Continue Reading →

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Petra Plantation

Kim Wolfe always cultivated a small garden, even in the high mountains of Colorado where she and her husband, Mike lived before moving to Highland. After years at desk jobs, Continue Reading →

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Pillow Farm

Nestled in the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains, the Pillow Farm has been family owned and operated in some capacity since the 1950’s. Owners Chezley and Nicholas Pillow, with Continue Reading →

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S & S Farm

It might be simpler to list off the items Steve and Mary Saffel don’t produce. S & S Farm is home to a variety of meat animals including turkey, chicken, Continue Reading →

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Stuart Run Farm

Pamela Homfelt and Randy Blum left professional careers in sunny San Diego for the mountain highlands of western Virginia to start a small organic farm that sells a variety of Continue Reading →

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Sweet Rose Farm

Tom wasn’t raised as a farmer, but after he and his wife Jackie purchased their county home in the beautiful Blue Grass Valley, he began considering the possibilities the land had Continue Reading →

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Thrive 365 Farm

A Highland native, Brittany Whitelaw began growing food when she moved back to the county in 2007. Despite moving within the county many times, Brittany kept a home garden and Continue Reading →

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Wild Roots Produce

Rosey Santerre is a forester by trade, and this love of the outdoors was a natural jumping-off point for her to begin growing her own food about five years ago. Continue Reading →

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Fruit

Bruce’s Syrup and Candies

Like many of the area’s maple syrup producers, Bruce began making syrup as a young child from trees tapped by his family for generations. Early on, his uncle told him Continue Reading →

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Church Hill Produce

Michael Sponaugle grew up on the family cattle farm. When asked how long he’s been farming he laughs, “All my life. It’s all I’ve ever known.”  While helping the 4-H Continue Reading →

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Hidden River Farm

In 1994, Tolly Peuleché bought land nestled in the mountains on the border of Randolph and Pocahontas Counties. Since then, she’s been using organic methods to grow a variety of flowers, vegetables, Continue Reading →

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Maple Mountain Farm

Scott and Lindsey Hayes always loved gardening, but their interest turned to passion, and profession, when they faced the challenge of getting healthy organic food for their family. Living in Continue Reading →

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Meadow’s Pride Farm

Meadow’s Pride Farm, owned and operated by Jon and Patricia Donaldson and their family, is located just outside the town of Monterey, Virginia. They specialize in all natural lamb products. Continue Reading →

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Pillow Farm

Nestled in the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains, the Pillow Farm has been family owned and operated in some capacity since the 1950’s. Owners Chezley and Nicholas Pillow, with Continue Reading →

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S & S Farm

It might be simpler to list off the items Steve and Mary Saffel don’t produce. S & S Farm is home to a variety of meat animals including turkey, chicken, Continue Reading →

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Sweet Rose Farm

Tom wasn’t raised as a farmer, but after he and his wife Jackie purchased their county home in the beautiful Blue Grass Valley, he began considering the possibilities the land had Continue Reading →

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Thrive 365 Farm

A Highland native, Brittany Whitelaw began growing food when she moved back to the county in 2007. Despite moving within the county many times, Brittany kept a home garden and Continue Reading →

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Wild Roots Produce

Rosey Santerre is a forester by trade, and this love of the outdoors was a natural jumping-off point for her to begin growing her own food about five years ago. Continue Reading →

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Greens

Fane’s Farm

 Fane and Sandy Irvine are as down to earth as they come. They’ve been farming throughout their lives on their farm, Fane’s home-place, less than 7 miles from Marlinton, West Continue Reading →

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Hidden River Farm

In 1994, Tolly Peuleché bought land nestled in the mountains on the border of Randolph and Pocahontas Counties. Since then, she’s been using organic methods to grow a variety of flowers, vegetables, Continue Reading →

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Maple Mountain Farm

Scott and Lindsey Hayes always loved gardening, but their interest turned to passion, and profession, when they faced the challenge of getting healthy organic food for their family. Living in Continue Reading →

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S & S Farm

It might be simpler to list off the items Steve and Mary Saffel don’t produce. S & S Farm is home to a variety of meat animals including turkey, chicken, Continue Reading →

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Thrive 365 Farm

A Highland native, Brittany Whitelaw began growing food when she moved back to the county in 2007. Despite moving within the county many times, Brittany kept a home garden and Continue Reading →

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Wild Roots Produce

Rosey Santerre is a forester by trade, and this love of the outdoors was a natural jumping-off point for her to begin growing her own food about five years ago. Continue Reading →

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Herbs

Blue Spring Run Farm

For John and Debrena Gordon, farming was a practical decision. They began growing, baking, and preserving to put food on the table and feed their then young daughters. As their daughters Continue Reading →

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Hidden River Farm

In 1994, Tolly Peuleché bought land nestled in the mountains on the border of Randolph and Pocahontas Counties. Since then, she’s been using organic methods to grow a variety of flowers, vegetables, Continue Reading →

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Laska’s Grove

Almost two decades ago, health problems drove Marcia Laska and her husband, Richard, out of the city. In Pocahontas County, they found the perfect retreat — an old homestead 4,000 Continue Reading →

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Maple Mountain Farm

Scott and Lindsey Hayes always loved gardening, but their interest turned to passion, and profession, when they faced the challenge of getting healthy organic food for their family. Living in Continue Reading →

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Meadow’s Pride Farm

Meadow’s Pride Farm, owned and operated by Jon and Patricia Donaldson and their family, is located just outside the town of Monterey, Virginia. They specialize in all natural lamb products. Continue Reading →

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Petra Plantation

Kim Wolfe always cultivated a small garden, even in the high mountains of Colorado where she and her husband, Mike lived before moving to Highland. After years at desk jobs, Continue Reading →

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Pillow Farm

Nestled in the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains, the Pillow Farm has been family owned and operated in some capacity since the 1950’s. Owners Chezley and Nicholas Pillow, with Continue Reading →

0 comments

S & S Farm

It might be simpler to list off the items Steve and Mary Saffel don’t produce. S & S Farm is home to a variety of meat animals including turkey, chicken, Continue Reading →

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Thrive 365 Farm

A Highland native, Brittany Whitelaw began growing food when she moved back to the county in 2007. Despite moving within the county many times, Brittany kept a home garden and Continue Reading →

0 comments

Wild Roots Produce

Rosey Santerre is a forester by trade, and this love of the outdoors was a natural jumping-off point for her to begin growing her own food about five years ago. Continue Reading →

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