Farm News January 2021

Farm News January 2021

January is the month of reflection for us here on the farm. The production planning for the season is largely done, the days are short, the seeds are trickling in from their far-flung sources, and the vegetables grow slow as molasses in, well, January. There’s not...
Farming for the Future

Farming for the Future

When you drive past our farm, you’ll probably notice some funny little brightly painted, fiberglass buildings nestled in a small market garden and a few high tunnels. You may stop in our market and see some of our organic produce for sale amongst the heady smells of...
Guest Blog: The Wild West Virginian

Guest Blog: The Wild West Virginian

Hello, I’m Alex Coffman, a native West Virginian and WVU Extension Agent by day and local food blogger and amateur chef by night. I love to forage and eat local foods, fresh veggies, and Appalachian dishes. This year we decided to get our first CSA (Community...
Farm News November 2020

Farm News November 2020

November has largely been a wonderful month here on the farm. The warm days and cool nights have bolstered our fall plantings and filled our cold storage to the brim with delectable organic veggies. In all the beauty of Autumn, there has been, however, one dark spot...
Farm News October 2020

Farm News October 2020

We’ve turned the corner into fall, and we can smell the chill of winter riding on the wind. Our cover crops, which are grown primarily to help benefit the soil, are sown, and much of the gardens are getting a well-deserved break after a good, long season of...