Growing Optimism, Opportunities, and Organic Produce
WV Living Special Community Issue, June, 2020
Appalachian Nonprofit Announces Major Expansion in Wardensville
Moorefield Examiner, Jan 21th, 2020
Wardensville Garden Market voted 2019 Non-Profit of the Year, Best regional bakery, runner-up best bakery statewide
Wardensville Garden Market Celebrates Earth Day on the Farm
Moorefield Examiner , May 8th, 2019
Wardensville Garden Market is 2019 Non-Profit of the Year
Wardensville Garden Market Announces Scholarships, Year of Accomplishments and 'Best of WV' Awards
Wardensville Garden Market Announces Scholarships
Carla Hardy WV Project CommuniTree Planting
Wardensville Garden Market Celebrates Earth Day
Cacapon Institute Awards 24 tree kits
Growing Optimism, Opportunities, and Organic ProduceJune 2020
WV Living Special Community Issue
Appalachian Nonprofit Announces Major Expansion in WardensvilleJanuary 21st 2020
Nonprofit social enterprise creates “living classroom” through their farm, bakery, and new production kitchen and restaurant to train local youth.
Wardensville Garden Market voted 2019 non-profit of the year, best regional bakery, runner-up best bakery statewideWinter 2019 Issue
Best of WV Living Awards
Wardensville Garden Market 5k benefit local fire and rescue squadsOctober 2nd 2019
Members of the Capon Valley Volunteer Fire Department and the Wardensville Rescue Squad received the proceeds of the Wardensville Garden Markets 5K Run/Walk.
Wardensville garden market celebrates earth day on the farmMay 8th 2019
The Carla Hardy Communi-Tree Project Provided 100 Trees
Wardensville Garden Market is 2019 non-profit of the yearApril 17th 2019
Wardensville Garden Market Managers include from left, Ryan Grimm, Vicki Johnson, Anne Kirk, George Maddox, and Josh Stainthorp.
The one of a kind garden market bakery in west virginia you can't pass upApril 4th 2019
Wardensville Garden Market and Bakery is filled with the delightful aromas of freshly baked pies, breads, and more.
Best of WV - regional categoryWinter 2018
Best of WV REGIONAL WINNERS –
Potomac Highlands WV Living Magazine
Wardensville garden market announces scholarships, year of accomplishments and 'best of wv' awardsJanuary 2nd 2019
Student employees of the Wardensville Garden Market contribute funds to Capon Valley Volunteer Fire Department, Wardensville Rescue Squad, Potomac Highlands Animal Rescue, and The River House.
wardensville garden market announces scholarshipsAugust 14 2018
To reward and encourage their paid Farm Assistants to attend college, train for a trade, or participate in career exploration internships, the Wardensville Garden Market just announced that is has doubled its scholarship program to open to all farm employees.
Pollinator study in wardnesvilleJuly 8th 2018
In June, Experience Learning instructors Sara Dorsey and Nick Muehlbauer spent a day with 7-13-year-olds at the Wardensville Garden Market’s STREAM summer camp. The campers were learning about pollinators that week so we led them through a Field Sampling and practiced using the scientific method.
Roadtrip 2018 - chase adventure - your guide to corridor hSummer 2018
WV Living Magazine Volume 11 Issue 2
carla hardy wv project communitre plantingSpring 2018
Celebrating “Earth Day on the Farm” in the best way possible-by planting trees to create a riparian “food forest”!
Wardensville garden market announces spring and summer eventsMay 6th 2018
The Wardensville Garden Market is pleased to announce several fun and educational programs coming to their historic Frye farm this spring and summer.
wardensville garden market celebrates earth dayMay 2nd 2018
Earth Day on the Farm sponsored by the Wardensville Garden Market was a big success with over 125 community members of all ages turning out to participate in activities to help keep the Cacapon River clean and improve things for the native wildlife.
Protecting water quality at the headwaters of the chesapeakeApril 27th 2018
Last Sunday, April 22, the Chesapeake Bay Program partnered with the Wardensville Garden Market for their Earth Day on the Farm event. The Garden Market, located in Wardensville, West Virginia, is a working farm and nonprofit organization that focuses on providing local youth with opportunities in sustainable farming and small business management.
Wardensville garden market announces new partnership and major expansionNovember 8th 2017
The Wardensville Garden Market announced a major new partnership this week with the worldwide conservation nonprofit, The Nature Conservancy.
VH1 Saves the music at east hardyOctober 25th 2017
“What this means is that the Beginning Band will have instruments, free of charge,” said Bob Thompson, band director for East Hardy School Complex.
Smithsonian bioligists talk turtlesJune 28th 2017
Last week, the Wardensville Garden Market hosted scientists from the Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute for an Outdoor Classroom “Turtle Talk”.
wardensville garden market announces summer eventsJune 16th 2017
Summer is coming, and this week the Wardensville Garden Market has announced several events related to their big summer kick-off.
wardensville garden market announces scholarshipsJune 7th 2017
To reward and encourage their paid Farm Assistants to attend college, this year the Wardensville Garden Market has launched their scholarship program open to all farm employees.
hardy county community foundation honors donors and presents grantsMay 23rd 2017
Janet Sisler presented some startling statistics. “Access to books is the key to reading skills,” she said. “One study found in middle-income neighborhoods, the ration is 13 books per child. In low-income neighborhoods, the ratio is one book for every 200 children.”
wardensville garden market celebrates first anniversaryMay 3rd 2017
This month the Wardensville Garden Market is celebrating its one year anniversary and making big plans for continued expansion in the coming year.
historic wardensville farm given new purposeApril 5th 2016
A historic farm in Wardensville is being revitalized to give local students an opportunity that just might keep them in Hardy County.
wardensville garden market welcoming first stop in eastern wvOctober 1st 2016
It was a September Saturday, about 10 a.m. The morning fog had burned off the nearby fields. The day would be a warm one in Hardy County.