Steve and Mary Saffel have operated S&S Farm, located in Pocahontas County for 17 years. Mary is the 5th generation to live on this farm. We grow a wide variety of vegetables using organic practices in two high tunnels and on approximately 2 acres. We have free range pigs and turkeys, plus pastured chickens and eggs. We sell our products from our farm as well as the Lewisburg Farmers’ Market. […]CONTINUE READING
Laurel Creek Farm is a small family farm in the beautiful Wolf Creek area of Monroe County. We are committed to growing clean, healthy foods that we can feel good about feeding our family as well as sharing with others. Our newly constructed high tunnel now allows us to extend the growing season to offer fresh produce year round. […]CONTINUE READING
About 25 years ago, Francis Smith and her husband Frank opened F&F Greenhouse in Fairlea, which continues to be a favorite source for vegetable and bedding plants, beautiful hanging baskets, and garden supplies.
Currently, Frances uses intensive gardening techniques on 1/2 acre open gardens and two 96′ long high tunnels. She has an outstanding variety […]CONTINUE READING
Dogwood Hill Natural Gardens is a small family farm located outside of Alderson, WV. Mark and Anne started developing the gardens using organic practices nine years ago. Currently they work 24 raised beds for specialty crops and over four acres of field cultivation, plus a small orchard. They’ve recently added an 88 foot long “hillbilly hoophouse.” (Ask them what that means.) Egg laying chickens, pigs, purebred Herford steers, and honey bees […]CONTINUE READING
Michael Buttrill and Caroline Smith HC 67 Box 554A Renick, WV 24966 firstname.lastname@example.org bootstrapsfarm.com Market co-founder, Michael Buttrill of Bootstraps Farm, says “It is a joy for me to continue to serve the Lewisburg Farmers Market”. Since the inception of the of the Lewisburg Farmers Market, Bootstraps Farm has quadrupled in size. They now have […]CONTINUE READING